According to various user reviews on Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, the high price has made it unavailable to make the phone into their pocket. In order to address this issue, Samsung is working on launching a cheaper variant of Galaxy Note 10 in order to increase sales. The new cheaper variant of Galaxy Note 10 will be renamed as Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
It is expected that the coming device will get launched in the following months. According to various rumors, Galaxy Note 10 Lite will get released before the launch of Galaxy S11.
This particular Samsung smartphone will have model number SM-N770F, and it will be available in Europe in two different color options. There is not much information available regarding the specification of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite apart from the affordable price range.
Although it is confirmed that it will have the support of S-pen, or else it will not be called a Galaxy Note device. Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Samsung Galaxy A91 will also get released in upcoming months.
This new device will be having Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor which will be much similar to A90 5G predecessor. The device will come with 45W super-fast charging along with 128 GB of internal memory and 8GB of RAM.
The device will be featuring a 6.7-inch full HD+ Infinity U Display, along with a triple rear camera setup. Initially, the main camera will be 48 megapixels with OIS, 12-megapixel ultrawide camera and 5-megapixel depth sensor.
The front camera will be having 32 megapixels, which will be a massive upgrade from all the available models offered by the Korean giant. According to various rumors, Samsung Galaxy A91 will get released in India and other regions later this year. Although the European variant will be launched in the year 2020.
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