The Lenovo K11 first surfaced in a leaked render a few days ago, but we had no idea what the specs/features could be. However, we now know the device could be launching soon as an entry-level smartphone.
Google has now included the device on its list of Android Enterprise device, suggesting it could be hitting the shelves soon. But being an entry-level device, the K11 might not get much fanfare.
As per the Google Enterprise listing, the Lenovo K11 gets a triple rear camera setup with an LED. It also has a rear fingerprint sensor, though no visible on the renders. It will come in a single version – 4GB RAM and 32 GB of storage version, while it will boot Android Pie out of the box.
Similarly, the device has also popped up in a listing at Carrefour UAE which reveals some more specs details. The listing revealed the device is powered by MediaTek Helio P22 chipset packed with a 3,300 mAh. Furthermore, the Carrefour listing has it that the k11 has a 12MP main camera.
It is priced at AED599 ($163) in the UAE, though it has yet to be released for sale. But we expect that to happen soon, at least in the UAE.