Lenovo K10 Gets Certified by Thailand’s NBTC, Could Launch Soon

Lenovo is planning to launch its new K-series smartphone called Lenovo K10 and Lenovo K10 Note. We have already reported that Lenovo Z6 Youth could launch as a K10 Note outside China (hints of NBTC listing). Now, we have spotted its younger sibling, Lenovo K10, on Thailand’s NBTC certification website.

The listing reveals that the model XT2025-3 will be called Lenovo K10, and it will launch soon in Thailand. Motorola Mobility manufactures it in the USA. No other details about the K10 have appeared on the NBTC certification site. It is expected that the Lenovo K10, alongside the K10 Note, will also launch soon in India and other markets.

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A few days ago, two Lenovo-owned Motorola devices bearing model numbers XT2025-1 and XT2025-2 were certified by the FCC and EEC, respectively. Both devices are manufactured in the USA by Motorola Mobility. So, there is a possibility that all three models (XT2025-1, XT2025-2 & XT2025-3) belong to the same device with different models for different markets.

As per FCC listing, the XT2025-1 will pack a Li-ion 3000 mAh battery and arrive with two configurations: 2GB of RAM + 32GB storage and 3GB of RAM + 64GB storage. Currently, we can’t say its other specifications and pricing details. We will know more details once it appears on other market certification sites like NCC, IMDA, etc.

Regarding its predecessor, Lenovo K9’s specifications, the phone features a 5.7-inch HD+ full-screen display with an aspect ratio of 18:9 that offers a great visual experience in reading, watching videos, and gaming. The Mediatek P22 processor with a 2.0 GHz Octa-core CPU and 520MHz IMG GE8320 powers the device. In the optics department, we have two dual-camera units consisting of 13MP PDAF (f2.2) and 5MP (f2.4). For selfies, we get 13MP AF (f2.2) + 5MP (f2.2) combination on the front. The phone has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM with microSD card support (up to 256 GB). We get a 3000 mAh battery with a 10W charging adaptor. For security, there is a Fingerprint reader on the back of the device.

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