Lenovo K14, K14 Note Spotted on Google Play Console, Expected Imminent Launch: Details

Lenovo K14 and the Lenovo K14 Note would be launched as two new budget K-series smartphones from the company. Both of Lenovo’s speculated K-series handsets were recently spotted on the Google Play Console. The listing revealed some of the main specs of the smartphones along with some front-end images. However, Lenovo has yet to make any official announcement regarding the launch of these phones. It is also assumed that like other K-series smartphones, the Lenovo K14 and Lenovo K14 Note will also be the rebadged Motorola phones.

According to a report by GSMArena, citing MyFixGuide, Lenovo K14 series smartphones have recently appeared on GPC, revealing some major specs including the display as well as their SoC. The Lenovo K14 Note should arrive with a Full HD+ screen (2400×1080 pixels), while the Lenovo K14 would have an HD+ screen (1200×720 pixels).

Moreover, tThe Lenovo K14 Note is rumored to feature a punch-hole selfie camera in the center with thick bezels around the display, as well as 4GB of RAM. The handset could be powered by MT6769 chipset which is expected to be MediaTek Helio G70 chipset. The device, as the listing suggests, will run on Android 11. The report suggests that this upcoming handset may have similarities to the Moto G31 or Moto G41.

On the other hand, the Lenovo K14 will have a V-shaped notch with thick edges around the screen.

The device will offer 2 GB of RAM and will be equipped with an octa-core Unisoc T606 SoC. Said features indicate that Lenovo K14 could be a rebadged version of the Moto E20, which launched in September 2021.

Earlier this year in February, the company launched Lenovo K14 Plus as a renamed version of Moto E40. The Lenovo K14 Plus features a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It supports an octa-core Unisoc T700 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM.

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