Oppo has expanded its range with a new mid-range smartphone called K10 Energy. The device is actually not entirely new, its basics are provided by the K9s, and the change can be seen in the capacity of the operating memory and the size of the internal storage space.
The old / new device can also be considered one of the more affordable versions of the Oppo K10 5G, which has a Snapdragon 778G chipset with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage under its cover. This particular device is housed in a 6.59-inch IPS LCD display with Full HD + resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The front camera is located in the upper left corner of the screen, and the resolution of the unit inside the hole is 16 MP.
On the back of the Oppo K10 Energy is a 64MP primary photo capture module, supported by an 8MP wide angle and a 2MP auxiliary unit when taking photos.
Inside the phone, a 5,000mAh battery attempts to provide the electricity needed for operation, and the battery can be charged at a maximum of 30W. The Oppo phone runs on the ColorOS 12 operating system based on Android 12.
The smartphone will be sold in black and blue colors, at the moment only Chinese customers can get it, and they will have to shell out $325 in local money for the device. We don’t really think the mobile is likely to be sold outside of China, but it could still be made available in global markets under a different name at some point.
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