A couple of weeks ago, concept renders of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite had made their way online. Now, it seems that images of the supposed finished product have now been spotted in the wild, giving us a more in-depth look at its design.
Pictures of the Note10 Lite were posted on Twitter by TechTalkTV (@MR_TechTalkTV) on New Year’s Eve. With each image showing different angles of the devices. Based on one image, we can see that the phone’s main camera module is built within a rectangular-shaped module, instead of the single-file design employed with the current Note10 and Note10+.
Camera-wise, the main camera is expected to wield a trio of 12MP camera sensors; one sensor will have an f/1.7 aperture, the second will have 2x telephoto zoom with f/2.4 aperture, while the third sensor will be a wide-angle with an aperture of f/2.2. Around the front, the Note10 Lite will have a 32MP selfie camera in the punch hole.
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— TechTalkTV (@Mr_TechTalkTV) December 31, 2019
In another image, you can clearly what is believed to be the phone’s 6.7-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display – complete with the punch hole camera at the top – plus the phone’s S Pen prominently laid out on top. On that note, you can also see that the display’s edges are not curved like its older brothers. Lastly, and unlike the Note10 and Note10+, both the Note10 Lite’s power button and volume rocker are positioned on the right side, and not the left.
Beyond the images, there’s no talk about the phone’s hardware or software. However, initial reports have led us to believe that the phone will be using a Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC; the same chipset as the Galaxy S9 series and Note9. Additionally, we could be looking at a phone with 6GB RAM, a 4500mAh battery with fast-charging, and quite possibly 128GB of expandable storage as one of several storage options.
As we’ve also pointed out prior, this isn’t the first time Samsung has attempted to produce less powerful iteration of a popular flagship lineup. Years ago, the Korean electronics giant created a Galaxy Note 3 neo, which was essentially a watered down version of the Galaxy Note 3 at the time.
In any case, there’s still no official word from Samsung about the Galaxy Note10 Lite, so do take this news with a pinch of salt until then.