With increased competition from Chinese OEMs, Samsung has started working on Smartphones in the mid-range and upper mid-range markets. It looks like the company’s sales are not going well even after releasing three models of its Galaxy S-series and two models of its Note-series flagships.
Previously, Sam Mobile reported that Samsung is working on a Galaxy Note 10 Lite with model number SM-N770F. The same source has now discovered that the company is also working on an affordable version of its recently launched Samsung Galaxy S10 under the model number SM-G770F.
According to the report, the smartphone will feature specifications similar to the Galaxy A91, which means the smartphone will either replace S10e or be on par with it.
According to the report, the smartphone will feature Snapdragon 855 topped with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB of expandable storage. The triple sensor rear camera will feature a 48 MP main sensor joined by 12MP and 5MP ultra-wide and depth sensors. For selfies, the smartphone will come with a single 32 MP shooter.
As far as the battery is concerned, the smartphone is rumored to feature a massive 4500 mAh battery backed by 45W fast charging. Which leaves us wondering why a smartphone with these specifications will be dubbed ‘Lite’.
Anyways, since there is no way to validate the information, we in no way suggest this news is 100 percent correct. Moreover, it is highly unlikely that Samsung, in order to flood the market with smartphones, will start manufacturing toned-down versions of its own flagship. The S-series has always been reserved for innovations and top-of-the-line technologies.