Lenovo K12 and K12 Pro
Yesterday, Lenovo released two mobile phones, Lenovo K12 and K12 Pro, with starting prices starting at 699 yuan and 899 yuan, respectively for 4GB + 64GB. The new Lenovo K12 Pro is the same as the G9 Power series that Motorola released in the overseas market, which can be regarded as the Chinese version of this phone.
The phone comes with a 6.8-inch perforated screen, the chin part looks very wide because of the screen material, and the unlocking aspect of the phone comes with rear fingerprint recognition.
The rear tri-camera lens has a 64-megapixel primary + 2-megapixel macro + 2-megapixel depth of field, and the front 16-megapixel selfie camera supports Super Beauty. In terms of processors, the Lenovo K12 Pro uses a Snapdragon 662 processor, so it only supports 4G networks, and it has a large 6000mAh battery, which Lenovo says can last for 4 days in power-saving mode with 15% power consumption, and the average power consumption is 20% lower, and the machine also supports OTG reverse charging, but the charging power is only 2.5W. The 3.5mm headphone jack has been retained in the K12 Pro.
The design of the standard version of the K12 is similar to that of the K12 Pro, except that the rear lens is placed in the upper-middle and the rear fingerprint recognition is still on the rear. The K12 standard edition has been reduced to a 6.5-inch screen, which is still a teardrop screen, and the battery has been reduced to 5000mAh, with the main camera replaced by a 48-megapixel lens.