The Lenovo K12 Pro comes with a 6.8-inch fullscreen display that features holes in the screen where the front camera is embedded.
It appears that the bottom of the phone comes with a thicker bezel, and on the back there is still a fingerprint scanner sensor.
One of the differences between the Lenovo K12 and K12 Pro is in the configuration of the camera. The K12 with 2 camera sensors with led flash is in a central position with a box frame.
While the K12 Pro camera is in the top left corner position with three camera sensors and an LED flash.
The Lenovo K12 Pro has a camera configuration with a 64 MP sensor + 2 MP macro lens + 2 MP depth lens, and the front camera gets a 16 MP sensor.
The camera is equipped with Super Beauty feature and the phone is supported by Snapdragon 662 processor chip, and equipped with a battery capacity of 6,000 mAh. Unfortunately based on information from GSM Arena, this phone is equipped with 20W fast charging.
For Lenovo K20 the standard version comes with a design similar to the PRo version, but the difference is in the location of the camera configuration on the back and also on the front.
The K20 also has only two rear lenses, the 48MP and 2 MP depth sensors. The screen is only 6.5 inches in size, featuring a water droplet-shaped notch where the front camera is embedded.
The front camera only has an 8MP sensor, and another difference from the Pro variant, the standard version only has a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh with a 10W battery charge.
The standard variant K12 performance affair only gets support from the Snapdragon 460 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM memory and 64 GB of internal storage.
Another feature, K12 Pro is equipped with NFC feature while the standard variant does not get it.
read manual instruction for Lenovo K12 series below:
|Lenovo K12 Pro||user manual||download|
|Lenovo K12||user manual||download|