Motorola XT2155-4 has been spotted on EEC certification which could be launching as Lenovo K14.
A new Lenovo-owned Motorola smartphone with model number XT2155-4 appears on Russia’s EEC certification website. The smartphone has been listed under the “Motorola” trademark, but the IMEI database tells us that XT2155-4 will launch as Lenovo K14.
Rebranding game is not something new to Motorola and Lenovo. Recently launched Lenovo K13 Note is a rebranded Motorola Moto G10 which was launched earlier this year.
Last week, the Motorola XT2155-4 along with XT2155-3 was spotted on FCC certification. The FCC listing revealed that both phones support 4G LTE connectivity. The phones pack NT40 battery which is charged with MC-101-106 model adapter.
In addition to the XT2155-3 and XT2155-4, the phone has more variants – XT2155-1, XT2155-5, XT2155-6, XT2155-7, XT2155-8, and XT2155-9. All the variants have been previously spotted on FCC and TUV certifications. The XT2155-1 was also spotted on the IMEI database with the “Aruba21” as the marketing name. FCC listing for the phone revealed that it has 4G LTE connectivity, Bluetooth, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, and GPS. The Aruba21 has a battery that carries model number Tekk NT40.
Getting multiple certification hints that the launch is drawing near. However, there is no information from the company regarding the launch of Lenovo K40 or Aruba21. The EEC listing for Motorola XT2155-4 has a mention of XT2159-3 which is currently a mystery, as nothing is known at the moment about this new model. We can expect more details to surface online once the devices get passes through TENAA, Geekbench, and other certification websites.