Leaks have previously shared renders of the Galaxy S10 Lite as well as the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Well, we’re now getting access to what appears to be the first live photos of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite ahead of its expected announcement at the CES 2020 event next week. The leaked photos reveal a still from the power-on animation, which clearly mentions the name Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
The photos also show us the S Pen stylus that is expected to be packed with the phone. It is being said that the S Pen on the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will support Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity for low latency movement on the touchscreen. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite doesn’t appear to have any buttons on the left with the volume rocker as well as the power button located on the right.
While preliminary leaks mentioned that the phone will feature the Snapdragon 855 octa-core chipset, a recent leak said that the phone will co e with the Exynos 9810 chipset instead along with 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of expandable storage. The display is revealed to have a centered punch-hole selfie camera, which is the design that we expect to see with the Galaxy S10 Lite as well. Samsung is reportedly using a 32MP sensor on the front, so wide-angle selfies and high-resolution portrait shots should definitely be possible with this mid-range offering.
It’s too soon to tell if the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will strike a chord with the audiences. It has been previously rumored that the phone will break cover in the Asian markets first, although that could easily expand to Europe as well. Do you fancy getting the Galaxy Note 10 Lite or the Galaxy S10 Lite when they are launched? Let us know.
Via: GSM Arena