A couple of years ago, Lenovo was making its name in the cost-effective segment thanks to the Lenovo K-series. However, the company lost space to its fellows’ Chinese brands and decided to keep focusing only on Motorola. This has been the way to go until the last year when the brand decided to bring back some of its mid-range Lenovo-branded phones to the Chinese market. Apparently, this strategy will continue to bring fruits in 2021 and one of the first devices coming under the Lenovo brand this year will be the Lenovo K13 (Moto E7i Power).
In the beginning of this month, a set of Motorola and Lenovo phones were listed online. One of these devices is the Lenovo K13 with model number XT2097-15 model number. According to reports, this device is expected to launch globally as the Moto E7i Power. If you live in a global market and have been excited about a new Lenovo K-smartphone, don’t hold your breath. Lenovo will keep bringing these devices to global markets as Motorola phones. We can understand this, after all, Motorola is a popular name among global customers.
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Lenovo K13 (Moto E7i Power) specifications
The Lenovo K13 specifications really are on par with what we expect from a low-end smartphone nowadays. It has a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a punch-hole cutout and a 5MP selfie snapper. The rear serves as a house for a 13MP main camera that sits alongside a 2MP depth sensor and LED flash. The back appears to be made from plastic and also houses a fingerprint scanner. The Lenovo-branded phone has its logo in the bottom-left side of the phone. We believe that its Motorola counterpart will have the “M” logo fitted inside of the biometric reader.
The Lenovo K13, aka Moto E7i Power, is set to come with a 1.6GHz Octa-Core processor paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of Internal Storage. You can easily expand this amount via a microSD card. Unfortunately, the chipset model remains a mystery right now. Of course, it will be a 4G SoC. Curiously, the leaks point to Android 10 on the software side. However, this seems to be very controversial at this point. Anyway, the phone will draw power from a 5,000mAh battery that charges over USB-C. Hopefully, it will have at least 18W charging which is a standard nowadays.
We expect more details to pop out soon.