Samsung might release a 'Galaxy S10 Lite' with 45W fast charging and a Snapdragon 855
12 October, 2019, 21:04
It's a valid point, because the Galaxy Note 10 Lite kind of already exists in the form of the Galaxy S10, but perhaps the design and form factor will stay the same and the specs will decrease.
Rumors are starting to circulate about a possible 'Note 10 Lite,' which is believed to be a cheaper Galaxy Note set for release in Europe. A recent leak may give us confirmation about the new A-series smartphone along with two other affordable smartphones by Samsung. The SM-G770F, which too neatly matches the SM-N770F of the mid-range Galaxy Note, could also partly be driven by the desire for more affordable flagships with acceptable compromises. As a result of it bearing the Galaxy Note 10 name, the device may get released any moment from now, certainly before the release of the Galaxy S11 next year. You can either get the S10 Lite or the Galaxy A91 depending on what part of the world you live in.
Getting a new smartphone is exciting, but transferring all your data from your old device can be a complicated process. The model is expected to bring along affordability in its pricing compared to the high-end Galaxy Note series that usually comes with a premium price tag. The device was launched alongside a less powerful version, Samsung Galaxy Note 10. However, now it would appear that Samsung is working on a cheaper version of the Note 10 in order to boost sales. You can read our true feelings about the Galaxy Note 10 Plus in our detailed review. We do hope, though, that the company retain the S Pen support which is one feature the Galaxy Note models are known for.
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