Lenovo K10 certified in Taiwan; could it be the rebranded E6 Plus?


The Lenovo K10 has just been certified in Taiwan, the smartphone is said to be the smaller brother to the Lenovo K10 Note and K10 Plus. It’s live images revealed by the certification document looks really identical to the Motorola E6 Plus. In fact, speculations had it that the smartphone is the rebranded Moto E6 Plus.


It was certified in Taiwan with a model number XT2025, and just like it’s brothers, the front image of the smartphone revealed in the certification document shows that the smartphone will be coming with a waterdrop notch which is a home for the selfie camera. The rear of the phone reveals a dual camera setup which was aligned vertically, there is also a rear mounted fingerprint scanner for security purposes. It’s back looks really beautiful and attractive, it got a polished appearance that is quite reflective and eye catching.

Lenovo K10 release date

There is a Micro USB port at the bottom side of the phone, speaker grille and the primary microphone. The right side of the phone houses a volume rocker and the power button while the top side houses a 3.5mm audio jack. On the front, it has a 6.1inch HD+ display with a resolution of 1520 by 720 pixels. It is powered by a Mediatek Helio P22 chipset paired with a 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The dual rear cameras are the 13MP main shooter and a 2MP depth sensing camera.

Lenovo K10

On the front, there is an 8MP camera for video calls or selfies. It is running Android 9 pie and what is keeping the light on is a 3,000mAh battery capacity which supports 5W slow charging. Since it looks exactly like the Motorola E6 Plus, we won’t be surprised if it is priced at the same amount as the Motorola E6 Plus. Also, getting certified in Taiwan means that the launch of the Lenovo K10 is no longer far.

Stephen Ekpa
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Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.


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