Samsung is reportedly working on Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone. This handset is expected be released in some markets as the Galaxy A91. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is the other flagship phone that has been rumoured for a while. Some reports have claimed that it will be launched in select regions as the Galaxy A81. The launch date of these phones is currently under wraps. These ‘Lite’ editions are expected to carry affordable price tags. Ahead of the launch, @OnLeaks has collaborated with 91mobiles to reveal the design of the Galaxy A91 phone through CAD renders. The same publication has teamed up with @OnLeaks once more to share the CAD renders and 360-degree video of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite renders
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite renders reveal that it will be yet another device from the company that will feature a display with a centre-aligned punch-hole. The rear panel of the device is fitted with a square-shaped camera module and it includes three camera sensors. It lacks a physical fingerprint scanner on the back, which suggests it will come with an in-display fingerprint reader.
The tipster has claimed that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will be equipped with a curved glass back. The Note 10 Lite will come with support for the S-Pen stylus. A dedicated compartment for it along with an external speaker and a 3.5mm headphone jack can be seen on the bottom edge.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite specifications and features
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is expected to house a 6.5-inch or 6.7-inch S-AMOLED display. The device measures around 163.9 x 76 x 8.6mm. To make the phone available with a cost-effective pricing, the Note 10 Lite will come with the Exynos 9810 SoC that fueled Samsung’s flagship phones last year.
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite handset was recently spotted on Geekbench with other specs like 6GB of RAM and Android 10. Some reports have claimed that the smartphone may go official by the end of 2019, but the company is yet to confirm its existence. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite with model number SM-N770 has appeared on certification platforms like the FCC and Bluetooth SIG which indicates that its launch may not be far away.