Moto E7i Power Tipped to Launch in India Soon Thanks to BIS Listing
Moto E7i Power has been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification site by a tipster, which hints at the phone’s arrival in India in the near future. This comes just a day after the Moto E7i Power was approved by Thailand’s NBTC certification website, suggesting that the phone may launch in multiple countries. The Moto E7i Power is expected to be an offshoot of the Moto E7 Power that is set to launch in India on Friday, February 19. The Moto E7i Power is said to launch in other markets as Lenovo K13.
Coming to the BIS certification, the Moto E7i Power listing was spotted by tipster Mukul Sharma. BIS lists the phone with the model number XT2097-16, which is identical to the model number that was spotted on NBTC site earlier. The last two digits of the model number are said to differ based on the country it launches in. For instance, the model number XT2097-14 was spotted on Thailand’s NBTC, whereas India’s BIS has listed the phone with model number XT2097-16. Model numbers XT2097-12 and XT2097-13 were spotted on the Bluetooth SIG site earlier this month.
There’s little else that the BIS listing reveals, apart from hinting that the Moto E7i Power could launch in India in the near future. But given that the Moto E7 Power is all set to launch in India tomorrow, the Moto E7i Power may be a while away.
On Bluetooth SIG, model number XT2097-15 was spotted carrying the ‘Lenovo K13′ moniker. This indicates that the phone expected to be called Moto E7i Power in India may launch as the Lenovo K13 in other markets. Leaked specifications of the Lenovo K13 include a 6.5-inch HD+ display and an octa-core processor. The phone is tipped to run on Android 10 and feature a dual rear camera setup that may include a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. Up front, the Lenovo K13 is expected to get a 5-megapixel camera.
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