Lenovo K10 Note and K10 Plus smartphones were launched in the Indian market in September this year. Now, the Chinese brand will further expand the K10 series line-up. The Lenovo K10 with model XT2025-3 has received Taiwan’s NCC certification, which reveals the complete design of the device and some of its key details. The model XT2025-3 also received Thailand’s NBTC certification, which confirmed the marketing name as Lenovo K10.
We have also gotten several images of the handset from the NCC database. The images show the smartphone from almost all angles. We see dual cameras at the back arranged in a vertical array with a single LED flash and a fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication. On the device’s left, we see a SIM card slot, while the power button and volume rocker are placed on the right. The 3.5mm headphone jack is present at the top, whereas the speaker grill, microphone, and USB port (for charging and data transfer) are placed at the bottom. The phone has a single selfie camera on the front, placed in a dot-shaped notch area on top of the display.
The battery and power adapter images from NCC reveal that the phone will pack a 3000 mAh battery with 5V/1A charging output.
Lenovo K10 was also spotted on Google’s Android Enterprise website via GSMArena, revealing key details of the device as per the Android Enterprise listing; the phone will arrive with a 6.1-inch dot notch display, 2GB RAM/32GB ROM memory configuration and Android 9 Pie OS.
Lenovo hasn’t announced anything about the K10 yet, but the appearance on multiple certification sites hints the phone will launch soon. As for the price, we expect the phone will be priced at around Rs. 6,999 if launched in India. More details about the phone should follow in the coming weeks.