Lenovo K13 launched in Russia as a rebranded Moto E7i Power


Lenovo K13

Lenovo has been sticking with Motorola smartphones for a while, but since the last year, the company is trying to bring back some of its popular Lenovo smartphones. The company has been launching its Lenovo Lemon series in China and some global markets are getting them with Lenovo K-series branding. Today, the company is bringing a new smartphone to the Russian market dubbed Lenovo K13. However, the device is not similar to the Lenovo K13 Note. Instead, it’s a rebranded Motorola Moto E7i Power.

Lenovo K13 specifications

The Lenovo K13 features a 6.52-inch IPS LCD with a 720p+ resolution (20:9). It is similar to the Lenovo to the Lenovo K13 Note display, but as we said before is exactly the same panel as the Moto E7i Power. There is no mention of a special glass cover, however, we assume that it uses a standard. The device, however, comes with a plastic body with an IP52 rating.

Under the hood, the Lenovo K13 boasts a UNISOC SC9863A chipset. This chipset is anything but impressive at this point. For instance, it is fabbed at the archaic and non-efficient 28 nm standard. It boasts eight Cortex-A55 cores that are better than an ARM Cortex-A53 core. The smartphone has an IMG8322 GPU. It’s an old part first seen in 2019 but is also present in cheap 2021 smartphones like the Nokia C30, Moto E6i, and others. However, I have to say that there are much better options at this point.

The phone also runs with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of Internal Storage. However, you can expand it via the use of a microSD card slot. It boasts a hybrid slot, so if you need a second phone line, you have to leave the memory expansion behind. The rear is home to a 13 MP main camera with f/2.0 aperture that is capable of recording 1080p video and is joined by a 2 MP depth sensor. The device also has a fingerprint scanner in the back. On the front, there is a 5 MP selfie snapper.

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It runs Android 10

Android 11 will complete its first anniversary and Google is about to unveil Android 12. Meanwhile, the Lenovo K13 in Russia is running Android 10 and at this point, we don’t have hopes for a future update. In fact, Lenovo’s Motorola 2021 flagships have launched with Android 11 and will receive just one update to Android 12. We can’t expect good support for an entry-level device from a company that isn’t interested in supporting its flagships for more than one year.
The Lenovo K13 is available in stores like Ozon. The device costs RUB 7,777 in Russia, however, this seems to be a discount off the MSRP of RUB 9,000.
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