On Thursday, Chinese smartphone maker OPPO’s new model K10x has been spotted on the Chinese certification website TENNA. It features the Snapdragon 695 mobile platform, a built-in 5000mAh large battery, and a maximum of 33W wired charging.
In addition, the K10x will adopt a 6.59-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2412 × 1080 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The device will measure 8.5 mm thick and will weigh 195g. It will retain the 3.5 mm earphone jack and will two color schemes, silver and black.
As for rear cameras, the K10x will have a 64MP main camera and two 2MP secondary cameras, while the front camera will be 16MP. In terms of design, the rear cameras are similar to those of other OPPO smartphones, with three cameras in a single matrix and the flash in the lower right corner of the lens.
OPPO released two smartphones last month, namely the OPPO K10 and K10 Pro, featuring the Dimensity 8000-MAX and Snapdragon 888 chips respectively. In terms of battery, the K10 and K10 Pro use 5000mAh high-capacity batteries. The K10 Pro supports 80W super flash charging and only takes 31 minutes to charge to 100%. The K10, meanwhile, supports 67W super flash charging and only takes 29 minutes to charge to 80%.
The latest official report suggests that OPPO K10 ranks among the top in sales volume and sales revenue among smartphones ranged between 1500-3500 yuan ($227 – $529) on JD.com and Tmall, two e-commerce platform.