Just a few days back, the Chinese brand Redmi took to microblogging website Weibo to confirm that it will launch the Redmi Note 9 5G series on Nov. 26 in its hometown, China. The setup has two 5G-ready phones and a 4G phone. Now, Lenovo has teased the appearance of its upcoming new smartphone series through its Weibo handle.
Recently, Redmi teased the Note 9 series appearance with the “Three Swords Together” slogan. The machine-translated text of the post by Lenovo reads on Weibo, “Where there are people, there are lakes and rivers. Three swords in one? Or on the other hand, is it a 6-sharp edge sheath? In the event that you need to rival the lakes and rivers, meet on high.” It shows up Lenovo will go against the Note 9 series with its upcoming phones. Lenovo’s mystery banner reads “6 Coming” and it shows three handsets with a bezel-less plan.
Lenovo has teased the launch of its new series that seems to take on the new Redmi Note 9 phones that Xiaomi is launching in China on November 26. The Chinese organization has delivered a teaser picture on Weibo that plans to attack Redmi. Lenovo is speculated to take its Lemon series model back to the market. The new range of budget segment phones could go up against the new Redmi Note 9 models that are showing up in China one week from now.
The teaser posted on Weibo doesn’t give specific insights regarding the new Lenovo phone series. In any case, it shows three phones with slim bezels and says, “6 coming.” The organization has additionally included a slogan that according to Google Translate peruses, “Three Swords Together.”
Strangely, Lenovo brought its teaser only hours after Redmi posted the Redmi Note 9 series welcome on Weibo on Friday. The teaser is additionally planned in a manner to make it seem as though a transformed Redmi invite.
Lenovo hasn’t yet given any insights about its new phone launch plans. Though, the timing of the new teaser looks like that the organization is in plans to give an extreme battle to Xiaomi’s Redmi with its new series.
The new phones are speculated to be under Lenovo’s Lemon series models and come as budget-friendly options to attract the majority. The organization used to sell Lemon-marked phones in China a couple of years prior, however, it stopped that series through and through in the recent past.
On the off chance that we take a look at a few of the ongoing reports, Lenovo may carry Moto G9 Power with a rebranding under its new phone series. The phone was spotted on US FCC with model numbers XT2091-3 and XT2091-8, where the last is accepted to be the Lenovo phone.
Another Moto G9 Power variation surfaced on China’s TENAA certification site recently with a model number XT2091-7. The web-based posting recommended that it could accompany a 6.78-inch display and powered by a 5,640mAh battery. Moto G9 Power, notwithstanding, accompanies a 6.8-inch display and packs a 6,000mAh battery. This clues at certain differences between the two phones.