Chinese manufacturing giant, Lenovo, is working on a new smartphone dubbed Lenovo K10. This smartphone is possibly a smaller model of the recently released Lenovo K10 Note.
About two weeks ago, the company released the Lenovo K10 Note which is a mid-range smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC. From the positioning of this smartphone, this device is most likely an entry-level or a mid-range device. Although not much is known about this device, it has appeared with the image and moniker ‘Motorola Lenovo K10’ in the Android Enterprise Listing website.
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This smartphone will come with a 6.1-inch display which is a little smaller than the 6.3-inch screen on the Lenovo K10 Note. In addition, it is going to have a 2GB of RAM + 32GB of internal storage variant. It is possible that there will be more RAM/ROM options.
The leak also shows that this smartphone will run on Android 9 Pie system and it will have a fingerprint sensor. Although the leak does not categorically say where the sensor is located, it is probably a rear fingerprint sensor.
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Lenovo K10 Certifications
Motorola Lenovo K10 will be available in three variants. These variants have model numbers XT2025-1, XT2025-2 and XT2025-3 and they have been approved by the FCC. The exact specifications of these variants are not known for now. It is interesting to note that the above model variants have been certified in sites/countries including Wi-Fi Alliance, Russia’s EEC, Singapore’s IMDA, India’s BIS, Malaysia’s SIRIM, Thailand’s NBTC, and Brazil’s Anatel as well. This implies that the Lenovo K10 will be released worldwide and is closer to the market than we know.
Looking at the recently released Lenovo K10 Note, this device uses a triple rear camera setup with a single front camera. On the rear, it has a 16MP main sensor + 8MP telephoto lens + 2MP depth sensor. Upfront, there is a 16MP sensor which supports HDR and 1080p@30fps video recording. The lights of this smartphone are kept on by a 4050 mAh battery which supports 18W fast charge. As for its pricing, the Lenovo K10 Note cost about $199. From the positioning of both devices (Lenovo K10 and Lenovo K10 Note), the Lenovo K10 will be cheaper than the K10 Note.