Oppo is set to unveil a 5G version of its K10 smartphone, which was previously released. The Snapdragon 680 SoC powered the original K10, while the 5G iteration will be the first phone to have MediaTek’s high-end Dimensity 8000 processor.
The information comes from a recent TENAA filing for the K10 5G, which also includes a few critical specifications and photos for the gadget.
The K10 5G appears to be identical to its 4G sister in terms of design. On the back, it has the same big camera lenses as the iPhone, as well as an LED flash. On the display, we can also anticipate seeing a cornered punch-hole selfie camera.
The phone will include a 6.59-inch LTPS LCD with 1080p resolution and a 16MP punch-hole camera, according to the description. Smooth scrolling should be possible thanks to the 90Hz refresh rate. A 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultrawide camera, and a 2MP depth sensor will make up the main camera system.
The Dimensity 8000 chip will be combined with 8 to 12GB of RAM and storage options of 128GB/256GB. A 5,000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging is also expected for speedy recharges.
Given that the phone has already been discovered on TENAA, an official announcement should not be far behind.