Rumors regarding the Galaxy Note 10 Lite have been stirring excitement among fans for all the valid reasons. Flagship grade quality on top of cheaper price tags with just a few downgrades has recently become the preferred option. Not to mention that it is also expected to be cheaper than the upcoming S10 Lite.
The Note 10 Lite recently had its specifications and appearance leaked through a recent report from WinFuture.
Design and Display
The device is expected to feature a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen which has a design no different than the current lineup. The screen will also retain the in-display fingerprint sensor, 1080p resolution, and, of course, support for the S Pen.
The back, however, sets itself apart from other models with a square-shaped primary camera module housing a triple camera setup.
Internals and Storage
The inner hardware will feature the Exynos 9810 chipset, which is the same SoC found in the Galaxy Note 9 from 2018. It is a 2.7GHz octa-core processor which will be accompanied by 6GM RAM and 128GB of UFS storage.
The triple camera setup will reportedly have 12MP resolution for each lens. The main lens will come alongside a telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom and an additional ultrawide lens. The camera will be capable of recording UHD clips at 60 FPS. Support for OIS is still unclear but is likely to be present.
The front-facing lens inside the centered punch-hole cutout will be a 32MP shooter.
Battery and Pricing
The Note 10 Lite will surprisingly bring the largest battery capacity in the lineup. That being a 4,500 mAh cell with 25W fast charging support.
The Lite flagship is rumored to arrive on January 10 costing $675.