Lenovo K12's global version will be a rebranded Moto E7

Vlad, 17 December 2020

Lenovo's K12 got official for China alongside the K12 Pro earlier this month, and you may have been wondering whether either of them would get any availability in other markets. It turns out that the answer is yes for the K12, but with a twist.

While the Chinese K12 is a rebranded Moto E7 Plus, the global version K12 will be a rebranded Moto E7. The renders of it seen below were leaked today. Lenovo can play around with branding all it wants since it also owns Motorola, but this is just confusing. Then again, we're assuming that it won't offer both identical models in the same market, so the K12 will probably launch in those countries and territories where Lenovo's brand is more well-known than Motorola's. At least we hope so.

Lenovo K12 global version will be a rebranded Moto E7

Because it's nothing but a rebadged E7, we can already tell you all about the international K12's specs. It will have a 6.5" 720x1600 touchscreen, a 48 MP main rear camera flanked by a 2 MP macro snapper, a 5 MP selfie shooter, the Helio G25 chipset at the helm, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 4,000 mAh battery with 10W charging. It will probably run Android 10. It's still unclear where exactly you can expect to see the K12 outside of China, but that information should be revealed in due course, so stay tuned.

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  • Jimmy Bet

It afriendly hardware..great.. Useful lenovo A183 . I did use camera A183 almost like function but. K12 = camera k12 =3time batter...sadley My 1st sofehitech A183 mobile been stold...Until today sadly not a fance seen someone false.. Excuse me...

  • Dan

What's funny is with all this rebranding gymnastics, they end up selling the K12 in China at the same price point as the Redmi 9 (4/64GB). Which means very few are gonna buy the K12.

While the Chinese K12 is a rebranded Moto E7 Plus, the global version K12 will be a rebranded Moto E7. It cant get more fragmented than that.

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