The Oppo K Series is a family of smartphones manufactured by OPPO Mobile in India. The smartphone series is an exciting one with the Oppo K10 launched in March this year, as the first launch of the family.
The Oppo K10 features a glowing design, runs on ColorOS 11.1, and comes in eleven Indian languages. In less than a month, the smartphone giant officially confirmed another series of the family – the K10 5G and the K10 Pro.
The K10 5G comes with a punch-hole design, offers a pixel density of 409 PPI, and is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset. While the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC powered the K10 Pro and comes with a 6.62-inch Full HD+ display that offers a pixel resolution of 1080×2400 pixels.
Now, a new Oppo K family series has been confirmed to be a rebrand of the Realme V25 – the Oppo K10x Moniker. The new smartphone was spotted on the Chinese certification website, TENAA with the model number PGGM1 as an additional series to the Oppo K family.
As per the leak, the new Oppo K10x Moniker series will come with a 6.59-inch TFT display panel with a screen resolution of 2412×1080 pixels and measure 164.3×75.6×8.5mm in dimensions and weigh 195g.
The smartphones look quite similar to the Realme V25, which is already on the market. In China, the phone may be offered in two colors: silver and black. While there’s no word on whether the phone will support a high refresh rate, if it turns out to be a rebadged Realme V25, we can expect a 120Hz display.
On the back, the smartphone will feature three cameras, one of which is a 64 MP primary camera while the other two are 2MP, macro, and depth. For selfies and video calls, the phone will come with a 16MP front-facing camera.
Additionally, a 4,880mAh battery cell might be used to power the phone, powered by Snapdragon 695 SoC with 6 and 8 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of internal storage.
As it stands now, much has not been revealed about the smartphone but it is suggested that the smartphone giant will not release it at a launch conference but rather debuted the device silently. Stay connected to Techegenyz for more updates.