Yesterday a couple of Lenovo K-series phones appeared on the Google Play Console and we suspected them of being rebranded Moto G devices. That is indeed the case for both as revealed by the Bluetooth SIG, which certified several variants of each device.
The Lenovo K13 Note is a rebadged Moto G20 – the Lenovo has the code XT2128-3, while the G20 has two versions - XT2128-1 and 2. The specs seen in the Google Play Console already matched the Motorola phone, which was announced in April.
This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise, Lenovo owns Motorola and often shares the cost of development between a couple of models. Including the vanilla Lenovo K13, which was certified alongside the Moto E7i Power (aka E7 Power) and appears to be the same device.