Lenovo Mobile Official Weibo announced today that it will release the new Le Meng K12 series on December 9, which means that Lenovo’s long-silent Le Lemon series has officially returned.
Lenovo announces the return of Lemeng mobile phones: the Lenovo Le Meng K12 series will be released on December 9th. As a sub-brand of Lenovo, Le Meng focused on the product line of the younger generation. It used to be the Redmi brand under Xiaomi (now Redmi).
It is worth mentioning that Lenovo has just passed the certification of Tenna. It is considered to be the domestic version of Motorola G9 Power that has been listed in overseas markets. This product uses a 6.78-inch digging screen, rear-mounted 64 Megapixel main camera + 2 Megapixel macro lens + 2 Megapixel depth of field combination of triple camera, supports back fingerprint recognition, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, battery capacity It is 6000mAh, the main long battery life, and supports 20W fast charge.
In September of this year, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s mobile phone business department in China, said that Lenovo’s recent high-intensity optimization within Lenovo will bring closer cooperation in the global supply chain and R&D chain.
From the end of this year to the beginning of next year, this series of product lines will have a relatively good product matrix, which is the integration of product lines and end-to-end. Among them, Motorola will focus on the mid-to-high end, the Savior will focus on the game series, and will restart the Lemon series to act as the main force in the low-end market.