The renders for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lite are out, and they give us a lot to think about Samsung’s next addition to the Note 10 lineup. This year with the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, the company decided to launch a lite version of its flagship called S10e, and they are supposedly doing the same for the Galaxy Note 10 series.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite renders are released by a website named Winfuture.de, and with the images given, we can say that the lite version will come n colors from both the standard Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+. This means that the Note 10 Lite will be arriving in colors like Aura Red, Aura Black, and Aura Glow.
Talking about the display as per the Galaxy Note 10 Lite Renders, it will not be curved on the lite version as compared to its expensive counterparts like the Note 10 and Note 10+, but still, it will be a vibrant OLED Panel with hole-punch in the center. The display will have almost no-bezels or very thin bezels to be precise, and as this is a Note device by Samsung, it has support for an S-pen in the device.
There are no specific details on what will be the size of the display on the Galaxy Note 10 Lite but, going by the reports, it will be around 6.5 or 6.7-inch in size, which is a pretty decent size for a Note device by Samsung.
With the S-pen, you can do things like note-making, smart select, video editing, and also use it as a remote control. Talking about the software, the Note 10 Lite is speculated to come up with the Android version 10 running on the One UI v2.
By the certification of this device on the Bluetooth Speical Interest Group (SIG), we know that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will have Bluetooth 5.1 inbuilt, which enables it to have more proximity accuracy and faster connection without consuming much power.
Galaxy Note 10 Lite Renders
The hole-punch will be housing the front camera of the Note 10 lite and speaking about the cameras, on the back the Note 10 Lite has an L-shaped triple-rear camera setup with an LED flash just next to them. Going by the rumors, the main primary sensor on the Note 10 Lite will be a 48 Megapixel sensor combined with an ultra-wide and a macro lens.
Under the hood, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is suspected to be running Samsung’s very own Exynos 9810 chipset based on the 10nm FINFET process and Mali-G72 MP18 GPU. Combining these specs with 6 or 8 gigs of RAM makes this device very capable and powerful in its own right.
Talking about the launch, there are no specific announcements by the Korean Smartphone manufacturer on when this device will be launched and what will be its price. Considering this as a lite-flagship by them, it will still be expensive than most Oneplus devices.
Apart from all of this, we can expect the phone to get launched before the end of this year, maybe after Christmas on December 27.