The Lenovo Z6 Youth may be marketed as the K10 Note in non-Chinese markets
The Z6 Youth was introduced by Lenovo on May 22, 2019 as a somewhat watered-down version of the Z6 Pro. Despite this, it still had 3 of this flagship's 4 cameras, a 6.3-inch FHD+ screen and a 4050mAh battery. It also starts at about US$160 (or 1099 yuan) in China. Now, there is evidence that it will make it to additional markets, where, at that price-point, it will probably be very welcome.
This new device features the Snapdragon 710 processor, up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of fixed storage. A phone that resembled its Knight Black SKU closely was reportedly spotted on the website of the Thai telecomms regulator NBTC. However, documentation also allegedly linked to this device referred to it as the Lenovo L38111 - or K10 Note.
The K series has become a common staple of the Lenovo smartphone release cycle over the last few years. Some with large enough screens and better specs have become the Note sub-division of this line. It now appears that the Z6 Youth meets these criteria, and may be marketed as the successor to the K9 in 2019.