Oppo K10 5G Series Launched: Razer Collaboration, Sony IMX766 with OIS, 5000mAh battery

has officially launched its K10 5G series in China today. The K10 5G series is positioned as a gaming-oriented value-for-money flagship for the Chinese market and has even collaborated with Razer, the well-renowned gaming electronics manufacturer, to give gamers the mobile gaming experience they deserve.

K10 5G

The K10 5G is the world’s first-ever smartphone powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8000 MAX SoC. The MediaTek Dimensity 8000 MAX is essentially an underclocked version of the Dimensity 8100 that we have seen on the Realme GT Neo 3 and Redmi K50


mentioned in the launch that the reason the brand selected the Dimensity 8000 MAX over Dimensity 8100 was that after comparing both chipsets, the company found that the performance difference between both the chipsets was insignificant. Compared to the more significantly extra battery endurance that the underclocked Dimensity 8000 provided, wanted gamers to enjoy their gaming experience without worrying about battery life.

Oppo K10-MediaTek-Dimensity-8000-Max

For memory and connectivity, Oppo has put in the fastest WiFi 6 and 5G module in the smartphone, the fastest LPPDR5 RAM, and the fastest UFS 3.1 storage into the Oppo K10 to prevent any lags or stutters during gaming.

For the screen, the Oppo K10 5G is equipped with a 6.59-inch 120Hz FHD LTPS LCD display with a peak brightness of 600 nits, to deliver a smooth gaming experience for all the gamers out there. Battery-wise, the Oppo K10 5G is equipped with a 5000mAh battery with support for Oppo’s 67W SuperVOOC fast charging.

Oppo K10-120Hz

For an enjoyable gaming experience, haptics must not be ignored. That’s why the Oppo K10 5G is equipped with a flagship-grade X-axis linear vibration motor to deliver high-quality haptics for its users. However, hardware alone can’t win users over, so Oppo reached out to Razer for a collaboration on their new Oppo K10 5G series.

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Oppo x Razer Collaboration

Razer has incorporated its expertise into the Oppo K10’s vibration motor system to provide users with a “mechanical keyboard like” typing and gaming experience for users to enjoy on their smartphone. With the mechanical in-hand feel, gamers are said to be in their natural habitat, providing better gaming performance since they are more immersed than ever with this revolutionary experience.

The Oppo K10 5G has a triple rear camera setup with a 64MP main sensor, 8MP 112° ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2MP macro lens. On the front, the 16MP selfie camera is housed within the punch hole located on the left side of the display.

Oppo K10 Pro

Besides featuring all the bells and whistles that the Oppo K10 5G has, the Oppo K10 Pro takes the series a step further with its upgraded cameras, an upgraded screen, and an upgraded processor over the standard Oppo K10 5G.

Oppo K10 Pro-Blue
Oppo K10 Pro in Icy Blue

Under the hood, the Oppo K10 Pro swaps out the Dimensity 8000 MAX with Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 888 processor. To fully utilise the Snapdragon 888 to its full potential, Oppo has installed stainless steel vapour cooling technology to keep the Snapdragon 888 running cool and smooth all time. 

1. Oppo K10-Pro-Snapdragon 888

For the screen, the Oppo K10 Pro opts for a flagship-grade 6.62-inch 120Hz FHD E4 OLED panel that has a typical brightness of 500 nits and a peak brightness of 1300 nits instead. Keeping the lights on is the Oppo K10 Pro’s massive 5000mAh battery with Oppo’s 80W SuperVOOC charging technology.

1. Oppo K10-Pro-80W SuperVOOC-5000mAh battery

The biggest upgrade here is the camera. The Oppo K10 Pro features the same Sony IMX766 main sensor with OIS found on the Oppo Find X5 Pro. Since Oppo has developed a sophisticated camera algorithm for the Sony IMX766 over the years, the company claims the Oppo K10 Pro can deliver spectacular camera performance whether it be day or night. Besides the main sensor, the Oppo K10 Pro features the same 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP Macro and 16MP selfie camera as the standard Oppo K10.

1. Oppo K10-Pro-Stainless Steel-Protected-OIS-IMX766
Oppo K10 Pro equipped with Sony IMX766 sensor with OIS

The Oppo K10 Pro also does not skimp on ergonomics as well. The Oppo K10 Pro’s camera island seamlessly curves into the back frame of the device like its more expensive flagship Oppo Find X5 Pro cousin. These curves ensure that users will always stay comfortable when going for long-gaming sessions on their latest Oppo K10 Pro.

1. Oppo K10 Pro-Ergonomic-Seamlessly-Curved Camera Island-Oppo Find X5 Pro


Both the Oppo K10 5G and Oppo K10 Pro will launch with ColorOS 12 based on Android 12 out of the box. The series undercuts the Redmi K50 series by launching starting from under 2000 RMB. The pricing of each memory configuration for both respective models is as follows: 

Oppo K10 5G

  • 8GB+128GB 1999 RMB (308 USD)
  • 8GB+256GB 2199 RMB (339 USD)
  • 12GB+256GB 2499 RMB (385 USD)

Oppo K10 Pro

  • 8GB+128GB 2499 RMB (385 USD)
  • 8GB+256GB 2799 RMB (431 USD)
  • 12GB+256GB 3199 RMB (493 USD)

Oppo K10-Series-Launch-1

The Oppo K10 5G and K10 Pro are available in 2 colours: Midnight Black and Icy Blue. The devices will officially go on sale in China from April 28 onwards.


Via: gizmochina.com

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