Lenovo Lemon K12 Pro Released With 6000mah Battery

Today, Lenovo released the Lenovo Lemon K12 and K12 Pro smartphones. The prices are 699 yuan ($105) and 899 yuan ($135).

Lenovo hasn’t detailed how many smartphones it plans to launch on December 9. The company did tease a new smartphone which will compete with Redmi’s Note 9 series. This Lenovo smartphone has four rear cameras in a square module, and a punch-hole display. There’s also a dedicated button on the side for possibly Google Assistant.

We learned that the Lenovo Lemon K12 features a 6.5-inch waterdrop screen. In terms of battery, its battery capacity is 5000mAh. The official said it supports 31 days of battery life and 19 hours of video playback. Lemon K12 includes a 48-megapixel rear camera.  Moreover, it is equipped with a “one-touch-to-reach” side button. So, you can customize the app with one-click access.

In terms of configuration, this new smartphone sports a Snapdragon processor. In addition, it comes with 4GB of memory and 64GB of flash storage. This handset supports 4G.

According to the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, a total of two smartphones of model XT2091-7 and XT2081-4 have obtained network access permission. There was every reason to think we are dealing with the Lemon K12 series.

Lenovo K12 Pro

The Lemon K12 Pro has a battery capacity of 6000mAh, and also supports 2.5W OTG reverse charging. Thus, it surpasses most smartphones of the same level on the market. It means, that the Pro version has a battery life of up to 31 days, and supports 14 hours of video playback.

Lenovo Lemon K12 Pro

The Lenovo Lemon K12 Pro features a 64 MP rear camera. It also sports a 6.8-inch hole-punch screen, and a Snapdragon 662 processor. In terms of memory, the K12 Pro has 4GB RAM + 64GB storage combination. Like the K12 version, it sports a “touch-to-reach” side button as well.

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