Moto E7i Power will be released soon in India thanks to BIS Listing

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The Moto E7i Power has been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification site by an adviser who 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 the NBTC certification website in Thailand, suggesting that the phone could launch in many countries. The Moto E7i Power is expected to be an offshoot of the Moto E7 Power, which is set to launch in India on Friday, February 19th. Moto E7i Power will appear in other markets such as Lenovo K13.

Reaching the BIS certification, the Moto E7i Power list was noticed from the tipster Mukul Sharma. The BIS lists the phone with model number XT2097-16, which is identical to the model number that was spotted on the NBTC website earlier. It is alleged that the last two digits of the model number differ depending on the country in which it is released. For example, the model number XT2097-14 was spotted of the Thai NBTC, while the Indian BIS has switched on the phone with model number XT2097-16. The XT2097-12 and XT2097-13 model numbers were spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website earlier this month.

The BIS list reveals little more than a hint that the Moto E7i Power may launch in India in the near future. But given that Moto E7 Power is all set to launch in India tomorrow Moto E7i Power may be a little further.

On the Bluetooth SIG number of model XT2097-15 was spotted, bearing the nickname “Lenovo K13”. This shows that the phone, which is expected to be called the Moto E7i Power in India, can be launched as the Lenovo K13 in other markets. Expired specifications The Lenovo K13 includes a 6.5-inch HD + display and an octa-core processor. The phone is tilted to run on Android 10 and has a dual rear camera setting, which can include a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. The front of the Lenovo K13 is expected to get a 5-megapixel camera.

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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360. Her reporting experience includes smartphones, wearables, applications, social media and the entire technology industry. She reports from Mumbai and also writes about the ups and downs in the Indian telecommunications sector. Tasneem can be reached on @MuteRiot’s Twitter, and potential customers, tips and messages can be sent to [email protected]
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