For the first time in many years, Samsung has been working on Lite versions of its flagship Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. Though these upcoming phones have Lite monikers, their features and specifications are not to be taken “lite-ly”. We have been exposed to specifications and 3D CAD renders so far. But now, to complete the jigsaw, we get our first look at the official press renders of Galaxy Note 10+, courtesy of Roland Quandt from WinFuture.
As you can see from the leaked Galaxy Note 10 Lite press renders, it will feature a triple camera setup arranged in a square-fashion at the top left corner of the rear panel like the recently announced Galaxy A51, A71 and the upcoming Galaxy S11 series. On the front, the phone will come with an Infinity-O AMOLED panel with the punch-hole sitting at the top centre like the Galaxy Note 10 series. But the display is rather flat like the Galaxy S10e and not curved like the top-tier models.
The camera setup is expected to include a 48MP primary sensor accompanied by an ultra-wide sensor and either a macro or telephoto unit. Interestingly, it will retain 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom which is not present on the regular models. Since it is a Note device, it also comes with an S-Pen which will use Bluetooth 5.1 according to previous reports. Also, the Galaxy Note 10+ Lite with model number SM-N770F is likely to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 similar to its bigger siblings. Last but not least, it might start at 670 Euros in Germany when it will go on sale after the launch.
Samsung is yet to announce the launch date for its forthcoming Lite series of premium smartphones
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