Samsung has yet to officialise the existence of the Galaxy S10 Lite, which have been leaked extensively and is expected to be fully revealed during CES 2020 in January. According to SamMobile, a Portuguese version of the alleged S10 Lite’s user manual has been spotted online that confirms a number of previously leaked details.
While a majority of the manual is in the Portuguese language, it does feature images of the Galaxy S10 Lite which supposedly confirm the leaked designs such as the centered punch hole selfie camera and in-display fingerprint sensor. On its rear, there’ll be a rectangular camera island with a triple camera setup accompanied with a flash module.
Other than that, the visuals also acknowledges that the S10 Lite’s power button and volume rocker located on its right side, with the dual SIM and microSD card slot and USB-C port located on its bottom. Other than that, the phone also includes Magnetic Secure Transmission, NFC, and its camera features a ultra-wide angle mode.
Unfortunately, the manual does not include specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite. That said, previous leaks suggests that the phone will sport a Snapdragon 855 SoC, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, and a 4500mAh battery.
If the rumours are true, we’ll hopefully find out more about Galaxy S10 Lite when it is actually revealed during CES 2020. The event will be held in Las Vegas on 7 January of next year.