This year’s Galaxy look is getting more affordable. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite are lower-cost variations of the S10 and Note 10, which appear to be they’re tailor-made for markets like Southeast Asia and India, where the flagship devices are just too expensive.
Both phones have 6.7-inch, 2,400-by-1,080 screens with “hole punch” designs and 32-megapixel front-facing cameras. The rear camera layouts are entirely different, although. The S10 Lite has a 48MP standard camera, a 5MP macro camera, and a 12MP ultra-wide; the Note 10 Lite has three 12MP cameras in regular, telephoto, and ultra-wide modes. The Note, after all, has a pen.
The most significant new feature here, although, will be the huge batteries—4,500mAh, more prominent than the batteries in any US S10 or Note 10 model.
Here in the US, have already got four different variants of the Galaxy S10 and three of the Note 10. The Galaxy S10 is available in three completely different sizes (S10e, S10, and S10+) as well as an S10 5G model; Note 10 is available in small, large, and 5G variations.
Samsung hasn’t given particulars about pricing. However, these phones will seemingly be cheaper than the list prices of the Galaxy S10e ($749) and Galaxy Note 10 ($949). That mentioned, with the Galaxy S11 line expected to reach next month, there are large US sales on proper now lowering Galaxy S10 and Note 10 prices.
Sharon writes for the Mobile technology for the group. She is a mobile freak, always carrying a new phone. Sharon has done her academics from Brown University, where she got masters in electronics. At her own time, she writes for a regional newspaper.