Lenovo K10 Note and Lenovo K10 Plus series can get a new member soon. The NCC certification documents have revealed that the name of the next device is Lenovo K10. These also include live images of the phone that, to be honest, show that the device is just a renowned Motorola Moto E6 Plus … or at least it's what it seems.
The Lenovo K10 has been certified in Taiwan and the files detail that its model number is ‘XT2025-3’. Actual photos show that your screen has a water drop shaped notch and there are two cameras in the back that are stacked vertically. The phone also has a fingerprint scanner mounted on the back.
The back of the phone has a polished appearance that is quite reflective and will easily stain. There is a microUSB port on the bottom that is flanked on the right by the speaker grill and on the left by the main microphone. On the right side of the phone are the buttons, while the top houses the audio jack.
The Lenovo K10 has a removable 3,000 mAh battery. However, while the Moto E6 Plus supports 10W charging, NCC documents show that the phone will be shipped with a 5W charger.
Since this is just the Moto E6 Plus with a new name, the Lenovo K10 will arrive with a 6.1-inch diagonal HD + screen, a Mediatek Helio P22 processor, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of expandable internal storage space, Dual 13 MP + 2 MP rear cameras and an 8 MP selfie camera. You should run Android 9 Pie when it launches and have a price similar to that of the Moto E6 Plus, so we would be facing a fairly cheap mobile.