Moto E7i Energy has been noticed on the Bureau of Indian Requirements (BIS) certification website by a tipster, which hints on the cellphone’s arrival in India within the close to future. This comes only a day after the Moto E7i Energy was accepted by Thailand’s NBTC certification web site, suggesting that the cellphone might launch in a number of international locations. The Moto E7i Energy is predicted to be an offshoot of the Moto E7 Energy that’s set to launch in India on Friday, February 19. The Moto E7i Energy is claimed to launch in different markets as Lenovo Ok13.
Coming to the BIS certification, the Moto E7i Energy itemizing was spotted by tipster Mukul Sharma. BIS lists the cellphone with the mannequin quantity XT2097-16, which is an identical to the mannequin quantity that was noticed on NBTC website earlier. The final two digits of the mannequin quantity are mentioned to vary based mostly on the nation it launches in. As an illustration, the mannequin quantity XT2097-14 was spotted on Thailand’s NBTC, whereas India’s BIS has listed the cellphone with mannequin quantity XT2097-16. Mannequin numbers XT2097-12 and XT2097-13 had been noticed on the Bluetooth SIG website earlier this month.
There’s little else that the BIS itemizing reveals, other than hinting that the Moto E7i Energy may launch in India within the close to future. However on condition that the Moto E7 Power is all set to launch in India tomorrow, the Moto E7i Energy could also be some time away.
On Bluetooth SIG, mannequin quantity XT2097-15 was noticed carrying the ‘Lenovo Ok13′ moniker. This means that the cellphone anticipated to be known as Moto E7i Energy in India might launch because the Lenovo Ok13 in different markets. Leaked specifications of the Lenovo Ok13 embrace a 6.5-inch HD+ show and an octa-core processor. The cellphone is tipped to run on Android 10 and have a twin rear digicam setup that will embrace a 13-megapixel main sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. Up entrance, the Lenovo Ok13 is predicted to get a 5-megapixel digicam.
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