After having several details revealed by previous leaks, the new Lenovo K13 Note and K13 Pro can be made official at any time. That’s because the smartphones passed certification on Google Play Console this week.
In general terms, the technical file of both ends up confirming that the two models are just renamed Motorola smartphones and with some improvements. So, while the Lenovo K13 Note is basically the Moto G10, the K13 Pro carries the Moto G30 specs.
According to the most updated datasheet, the Lenovo K13 Note and K13 Pro are revealed to have waterdrop notch screens, offering 720 x 1,600 pixels resolution and a 20: 9 aspect ratio. The Pro variant is powered by the Snapdragon 662 chipset, which is mentioned with the codename SM6115 in the listing. This SoC is paired with 6GB of RAM.
On the other hand, the Lenovo K13 Note is equipped with 4GB RAM and Snapdragon 480 5G chipset, which is mentioned with model number SM4350. Both phones come with an Android 11 operating system installed and up to 5000mAh battery. Their front-facing images show that they have the same design.
The listing also shows that the Lenovo K13 Pro is codenamed Caprip, while the Note model is codenamed Capri, which is also associated with other Motorola phones such as the Moto G10, Moto G10 Power, and Moto G30. Therefore, analysts say that Lenovo K13 Pro seems to be the renamed version of the Moto G30 phone.
Regarding the Lenovo K13 Note, a recent leak suggests that it could be a renamed version of the Moto G20 using the Unisoc T710 chip. Hopefully in the next few days, we will see more information about these phones appear on the web. For now, data on the price of smartphones and their release date is not yet available.
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