11 January 2021
A new Lenovo phone called Lenovo K12 Pro has been spotted on the FCC certification site and TENAA as well. From the model number and the available specs, the phone looks similar to the Moto G9 Power that went official last month in Europe. So, it is believed we are looking at a rebranded Moto G9 Power phone that may be coming for selected markets only.
The TENAA certification shows the same design and under the hood specifications, which mainly include Snapdragon 662 processor and an HD display.
Note that the Moto G9 Power made its debut in Europe first but the company promised to make it available in the other markets as well. But we weren’t aware of the company’s plans on rebranding. At the time, Motorola confirmed the Moto G9 Power will come to Latin America, India, the Middle East, and Asia in the coming weeks. Now, the phone is already coming to India as soon as next month and it appears Lenovo is also prepping to launch it in other markets with a different name.
It is suspected Lenovo may launch the K12 Pro, the rebranded Moto G9 Power in China. Other aforementioned markets may get it by the same name.
As per the FCC listing, the Lenovo K12 Pro holds 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Presumably, the Lenovo K12 Pro will feature a 64MP triple camera setup and a massive 6,000mAh battery capacity. The rated battery capacity given listed is 5,640mAh.
In related news, Lenovo is also gearing up to launch three new phones soon in the market.