The South Korean tech giant, Samsung, launched Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus series in August. They rolled out with Galaxy Note 10 5G models, as well. Now, reportedly, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is under development at Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite would be a much affordable variant of the Note 10 models. It would come out with the SM-N770F serial number. SamMobile reported about the possible release of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite in 2020.
In comparison with the original Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus models, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite version would boast a screen at a lower resolution, a fact that would make it cheaper than the other Note 10 models. Also, the new version would come out with almost the same specs as the other Note 10 smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite Is Reportedly Under Development
“If the two devices do end up sharing specs, then the Galaxy S10 Lite would be better than or equal to the Galaxy S10e in every aspect except the cameras,” reported SamMobile.
“We have already seen 48MP rear and 32MP front cameras on mid-range Galaxies like the Galaxy A50s and Galaxy M30s, and they don’t come close to the quality of the cameras on Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series (or the S9 and Note 9 from last year). The S10 Lite would also trump the Galaxy S10, S10+, and Note 10 in battery capacity and charging speed,” the site added.
In short, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite would sport Snapdragon 855+ chipset, 8 Gb RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. Also, the South Korean tech giant might release Galaxy Note 10 Lite in different RAM and internal memory configurations. However, we don’t know that for sure, but judging on the previous releases, it might happen. What’s for sure is that Samsung will indeed launch a Note 10 Lite variant.
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