Samsung has taken the wraps off its latest smartphones, and the two headline acts are the Lite editions of the Note 10 and Galaxy S10. Both phones have been created to offer features found in the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 family of phones at a lower price. The Galaxy S10 was a 6.1-inch display, the S10+ was a 6.4-inch, and the Note10 was 6.3 inches. The company notes that buyers will benefit from a new Super Steady OIS system, allowing for "higher stability for action-focused photos and videos". The S10 Lite weighs 186 grams, and the Note Lite weighs 199 grams. The volume rocker and the power button are on the right side of both the devices. Of course the Note10 Lite also differentiates itself with the Samsung S Pen stylus.
Thanks to Ishan Agrawal for providing us with the exclusive report. And there's 6/8GB RAM with 128GB internal storage. The biggest downgrade for Galaxy Note 10 Lite is what's under the hood. But we're now not sure exactly what will be different about Samsung's implementation of the technology on the Galaxy S10 Lite. The S10 Lite is not compatible with the S Pen. The camera setup includes a primary 48-megapixel f/2.0 camera with Super Steady OIS, a 12-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide and a 5-megapixel f/2.4 macro camera.
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Notably, both devices appear to feature actually the same display, a 6.7 Full HD+ plus at 394 PPI, with a hole punch "Infinity-O" camera up top. The hardware giant this morning just announced the launch "Lite" versions of its popular handsets, created to bring key features from the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, without breaking the bank.
The Galaxy S10 series, the Galaxy S10 Lite will be available in Prism Black, White and Blue colors when it goes on sale in the near future. It features a 12MP ultra-wide (f2.2) lens paired with 12MP Dual Pixel (f/1.7 OIS) sensor and 12MP (f.24 OIS) telephoto sensor.
Samsung hasn't slated a specific date for when the Lite devices will be released but they may come head-to-head with an upcoming crop of budget-centric Apple phones.