Exactly seven months after the launch of the K9 series, the Oppo K10 series is poised to hit the market. The Oppo PGIM10, which will be sold as the Oppo K10 Pro, will be the first phone. After appearing on TENAA with photos and specifications, this gadget appears to be an upper-tier midrange competitor.
The Oppo K10 Pro’s CPU clock speed is 2.8 GHz, which indicates that the processor will be the Snapdragon 888. 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage options are available. Underneath the 6.62-inch AMOLED display is a fingerprint scanner.
Even while Oppo is sticking with a triple-camera setup, the design is now more in line with the Reno7 series, which features two large circles stacked vertically and a third on the side. For the primary camera, the sensors will have a resolution of 50MP, and for the ultrawide camera, 8MP. An additional 2MP macro camera or depth sensor is included. In terms of resolution, the front-facing camera has 16MP.
However, this is only one of the device’s two batteries, which TENAA lists as having a capacity of 2,440mAh. The minimum charge is 4,880mAh, which means that the average charge is 5,000 mAh. For rapid charging, the PGIM10 phone was already 3C-certified and capable of 80W.
This month, the phone is slated to arrive.