Lenovo's K12 May Be A Copy Of The MOTO G9 PLAY

Sep 28, 2020 News

Lenovo's K12 May Be A Copy Of The MOTO G9 PLAY

 It is known that ever since Lenovo acquired Motorola, they have shifted their focus on that brand and are re-branding Motorola devices as its own. Currently, it is reported that Lenovo is working on a new phone called the K12 Note. The phone was spotted at on Google Play Console which not only reveals some of its key specifications, but also showcases the front design and features of the device. As per the listing, the device could be a rebadged variant of the the Moto G9 Play which debuted late August in Europe and last week in the UK.

The listing also specifies that the Lenovo K12, code-named guamp, will feature a HD+ display with 720 x 1600 pixels and 280 PPI. The phone will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chip-set coupled with 4GB of RAM, the same chip-set is available in the Moto G9 Play. The Lenovo K12 Note will boot the latest Android 10 OS and is said to feature a water-drop notch for the selfie shooter.


 As of now, these are the only details that have come to light, however, after studying these specs and the image listed on the Google Play Console, we can confirm that the phone is a variant of Moto G9 Play.


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