OPPO K10 Pro 5G Is Spotted Online With Dimensity 8000 SoC & 12GB RAM

After the little gap, earlier the company has announced their new upcoming smartphone, Oppo K10 Pro 5G which is spotted online surface with the powerful MediaTek Dimensity Processor along with the 12GB of RAM. The upcoming K10 series smartphones will debut in China on April 24.

Oppo K10 Pro 5G image
Oppo K10 Pro 5G image

Ahead of the launch of this series of devices, the device is spotted on GeekBench that revealing some specifications. MySmartPrice has released news on this. According to him, the mobile model number PGJM10 brings an octa-core chipset. It has four cores and each has two clusters. The primary cores allow a max clock speed of 2.75GHz while the other four cores have a max clock speed of 2.00GHz.

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OPPO K10 Pro 5G Specifications (Leaked)

OPPO K10 Pro 5G is confirmed to launch in China with the Dimensity 8000 Max processor. According to GeekBench, the mobile is based on Android 12 Os. As per the report, the Mobile will equip an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 8000 processor to the upcoming mobile Oppo K10 Pro 5G. The Mobile brings Mali G610 MC6 GPU on board.

The Mobile will fit with the “diamond VC liquid cooling system” for heat excess. The Mobile will come with a 6.59-inch FHD+ display that supports a 120Hz refresh rate. The display has a punch-hole cutout on the top-right side corner by making a little distance.

As for the optics, the company has placed 16Mp primary camera on the front side inside the punch-hole cutout. The rear face featured a triple camera setup including a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultrawide camera, and a 2MP macro lens. For power supply, the company has included a 5000mAh battery with support for 67W fast charging. As per the report, the mobile will come in Blue and Black color options.

Is OPPO K10 Pro 5G Mobile Supports 5G Network?

As per the latest report and GeekBench listing, the mobile brings an octa-core processor with the latest generations SoC, so it is clear that the device will feature the support of 5G connectivity.

Is Oppo K10 Pro 5G a gaming Mobile?

The mobile featured the latest generation, MediaTek Dimensity 8000 Max Chipset, so you can use it for multi-purpose use. You can play heavy games on it, even you can display great shooting skills with the mobile.

Overall, as leaked, the mobile has great performance. Some key specification is yet to be revealed. Stay tuned to us to get updated with us. For information, Recently the company were released the new powerful smartphone, named Oppo Find X2 which is performance quite good. This mobile is a direct competitor of the upcoming mobile Oppo K10 Pro 5G

Oppo Finx X2 Specifications

The Oppo Find X2 was launched on 06 March 2020 with the AMOLED panel which featured more than 1 billion colors. It has a 6.7 inches Full HD+ display. It runs on the Android 10 operating system which is upgradable.

The Oppo Find X2 is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G which is built on 7nm+ processes. The Max clock speed of its CPU is 2.84GHz which is quite good. It can run heavy games and apps at the same time. You can use this mobile for multi-purpose use.

The rear side has triple-optics combinations including the 48Mp primary camera, 13Mp telephoto lens, and 12Mp ultra-wide camera. The front side has a 32Mp single-camera setup.

For Power supply, the company has provided a Li-Po 4200 mAh, non-removable battery with the in-box powerful 65W fast charger that supports SuperVOOC 2.0.

It comes in Black and Ocean color options. There is an optical in-display fingerprint sensor as a security guard. It has also an accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass feature that can enhance the device’s capability.

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