The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is a reality, but now, the big question that remains is when it will come? Considering the myriad of leaks and rumors, our answer is that Samsung will unveil it pretty soon, or at least in time for CES 2020. Today a couple of press renders of the stylus-toting smartphone have surfaced. According to Winfuture.de the same source which has disclosed the photos, the handset is already making way to retailers.
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite will be available in the same Aura Black and Aura Glow colors as the Galaxy Note 10+. Furthermore, it will feature that same scandalous red tinting of Galaxy Note 10’s Aura Red color. With the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, or Galaxy A81 depending on the market, Samsung has opted for a punch-hole OLED display design like the other Note 10 siblings. This time around, the company has equipped the smartphone with a flat panel.
Moreover, the smartphone comes with a big square-ish camera island for the triple-camera setup. The first time we saw such design was with the Galaxy M30s. Now it seems that Samsung will be repeating this new language for several smartphones in the next year. According to GeekBench listing, the handset is powered by an Exynos 9810 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM. It runs Android 10 with Samsung’s One UI 2 at the top. Unfortunately, we can say if there will be a Snapdragon variant and neither can we say if there will be other RAM versions.
The handset also popped out in Bluetooth SIG where we discovered that will feature Bluetooth 5.1. For that reason, the Note 10 Lite S-Pen should perform better than its siblings. According to rumors, the smartphone will be launched soon and its price starts around €670 (~$747).