MOTOROLA has previously released a model overseas called Moto G9 Power, which runs on a Snapdragon 662 chip from Qualcomm and costs 200 euros in Europe. Recently, lenovo’s new phone has been approved by TENAA, and it is presumed to be the China version of Moto G9 Power.
According to a photo from TENAA, the new Lenovo phone is basically a logo-changing version of the Moto G9 Power. If that’s the case, then this new Lenovo phone also uses the design of the hole full screen. A three-camera combination is used on the back of the fuselage, and fingerprint identification is also placed on the back.
In terms of hardware configuration, the two should theoretically be the same. The Moto G9 Power has a 6.78-inch display, qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, 4GB+128GB of memory, a built-in 6000mAh battery capacity, up to 20W fast charging, and 64 million cameras. We don’t know when it will be released.