Nevertheless, the Oppo K10 5G, which will go on sale in India on Wednesday, differs from the model that was first introduced in China back in April. The Indian version has a flat shape and a display with a notch rather than a punch hole. The rectangular camera island on the back has two cameras instead of the three found on the Chinese K10 5G. The smartphone also has two LED flash modules inside.
The Indian K10 5G’s specifications haven’t been released by Oppo yet, but the company’s press release stated that the phone will sport the Oppo Glow design and have a scratch and fingerprint-resistant back.
A “premium 5G chipset” and the slimmest 5G smartphone in the given market are two of the claims made by Oppo for the Indian version of its K10 5G. In addition, it will “provide a premium and immersive audio-visual experience” and “enable a lightning-fast charging experience and a large, long-lasting battery,” as well.
Flipkart, Oppo India’s official website, and retail locations across India will sell the Oppo K10 5G, however its Indian pricing has not been announced.
To learn more about the Chinese Oppo K10 5G while we wait for additional information about the Indian counterpart, please check out our announcement coverage of the K10 5G.