Oppo K10x Moniker Confirmed, Could be a Rebranded Realme V25

OPPO PGGM10 is confirmed to be the Oppo K10x


Oppo recently unveiled the Oppo K10, K10 5G, and K10 Pro. A new smartphone with the K10x designation has been discovered on numerous platforms, indicating that the brand has additional plans for the K10 family. The Oppo K10x moniker on the TENAA does point to a soon-to-be-released device. The design and crucial specifications of the next Oppo smartphone are also revealed in the newest certification listing. Let us take a closer look at the Oppo K10x, its design, specifications and all we know so far.

Oppo K10x: A Rebranded Realme V25?

It is likely that Oppo would not introduce the smartphone at a press conference but instead debut the handset silently. The Oppo K10x’s listing reveals that the handset carries the model number PGGM10 and the specifications are quite similar to the Realme V25.

Oppo K10x

According to the listing, the upcoming Oppo K10x will measure 164.3×75.6×8.5mm in dimensions, and weigh 195g. The handset will feature a 6.59-inch TFT display panel with a screen resolution of 2412×1080 pixels.

The phone could draw power from a 4,880mAh battery cell. While the exact chipset name isn’t revealed, the phone’s CPU is clocked at 2.2Ghz, indicating that this might be the Snapdragon 695 SoC. The K10x might be available with 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of internal storage.

As for the optics, the phone features triple cameras on the rear comprising of a 64MP primary, and dual 2MP shooters (likely for macro and depth). On the front, the phone will include a 16MP sensor for selfies and video calls.

The phone’s design and specifications are very similar to the already available Realme V25. The phone could be available in two colour options – Silver and Black in China. While there’s no confirmation whether the phone would have support for a high refresh rate, if it ends up being a rebadged Realme V25, we can expect to see a 120Hz panel.