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Oppo K10 5G will be coming in India next week


The design of the phone is different from the one sold in China.

(Image credit: Oppo)

This month, Oppo is expected to unveil its latest K-series mid-range smartphone in India. The Oppo K10 5G smartphone will be unveiled on June 8 at 12 noon, according to the company’s official announcement. Flipkart(opens in new tab) and the company’s web shop will both sell the smartphone. When it launches, we estimate the smartphone to be under Rs 25,000 in terms of price.

The e-commerce site for Oppo has a specific product page. The features and specifications of the device are not revealed in any way. A look at the device and its colour options is shown, though. The Oppo K10 5G is available in the same blue and black colour schemes as the K10 4G. In the days leading up to the launch, we can anticipate the business to divulge more information about the device.


Prior to the K10 5G and K10 Pro, Oppo released the K10 Pro in China in April of this year as well. A 6.59-inch Full HD+ display was found on the previous model. With a maximum brightness of up to 600 nits, the K10’s display had a 120Hz refresh rate. Powered by the Dimensity 8000-Max SoC, the base model of the gadget comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage. K10 5G has a 64MP primary lens, an 8MP secondary lens, and a 2MP macro lens on its rear. It has a 16MP front-facing camera for taking selfies and video calls.

In addition to a distinct look, we should anticipate to see a different set of specifications as well. The Oppo A77 5G, which was said to be coming to India, may potentially be a rebranded version of the K10.


Is the K-series successful in India?

Except for the fact that it will be a 5G version of the K10, not much more is known about the gadget at this time. In the first 15 days of the K10’s release, Oppo claims to have sold more than 100,000 handsets. However, there is a potential that some customers waited for the 5G version to emerge because of the increased interest in 5G-ready handsets.

It’s possible that a significant number of K-series customers in India awaited the arrival of a higher-end model after hearing rumours about a future premium K-series model. In response to this revelation, Oppo had released the K10 Pro in China, which had a better display and processor.


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