Yang Yuanqing, chairman and chief executive officer of Lenovo, speaks during a session of the 2nd annual World Internet Conference in Wuzhen town of Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, China, December 17, 2015. Reuters/Aly Song

Lenovo may be cooking up the follow-up to the Moto E, if a new report is to be believed. The alleged Lenovo Vibe C2, which has just been recently discovered, may be the first clue as to what the next Moto E will be like.

Android Headlines spotted some leaked images and information on what is said to be the Lenovo Vibe C2. The device is reportedly an entry-level phone, with its 5-inch 720p display, the MediaTek MT6735P SoC processor, 1GB of RAM and a choice of 8GB or 16GB storage space. The device also allegedly has an 8-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front camera and a 2750 mAh battery.

The reason why the Lenovo Vibe C2 is suspected to be a possible Moto E device is all thanks to the model number. According to the source, the model number of the new device is XT1021, which is very near the other model numbers for the Moto E, such as the XT1505, XT1511, XT1524 and XT1527. Other speculations point to the possibility that the Lenovo Vibe C2 may be the name granted to the device for when it launches in Asia.

In early April, there was a report from Digital Trends had cited a GFX Bench benchmark test that cites two possible models for what is supposedly the Moto E. The model numbers are XT1700 and XT1706. The model numbers for the previous Moto E contain the XT code as well.

Putting this previous finding side by side with the new finding, the sighting back then obviously had different XT models than those sighted now. However, what is notable is the similar features expected.

These include the 5-inch 720p display, the 8-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front cameras. The processor is also the same, though only the 16GB built-in storage was mentioned. The only difference is the boost in RAM, as the older sighting had a bigger RAM listing at 2GB.

Lenovo has been making different moves related to its smartphone production. Just recently, ZDNet reported that the company is looking to revamp its supply chains and boost its investment. The goal is to purportedly let the company get in the right gears against its biggest competitors, all of which should be done by 2016 for better results.

“We’re working to leverage our personal-computer supply chain know-how for the smartphone business,” said Lenovo’s COO Gianfranco Lanci as quoted by ZDNet.