Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is now present at the Global Certification Forum, following today’s high-definition rendering of WinFuture. As shown in the figure below, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, model SM-G770F/DS, has been certified gCF, suggesting that the new machine is about to be launched worldwide.
GCF is an organization initiated by operators and mobile phone providers to provide consistent testing standards, GCF defines the test system to ensure that the mobile phone meets the deployment of the network, and all member operators agree to the test system, GCF recognition means that all member operators approve of the phone. In the future, gCF recognizes both test cases and test systems without additional testing. GCF meets every three months to certify test systems and test cases provided by test equipment manufacturers.
Although the GCF standard is not mandatory, but at present most countries and regions in the world will require end-manufacturers to complete the GCF standard testing, or reference To GCF standards. In the European and North American markets, the sale of end products is combined with network operators (operators), and the general network operators will require the end manufacturers to complete the gCF testing of mobile phones. Unlike in the United States, in Europe, network operators generally only require manufacturers to obtain a complete GCF test report, individual strict regions need to provide GCF certification.
According to the Galaxy Note 10 Lite Bluetooth authentication message shared bymedia GSM Arena, the phone will support Bluetooth 5.1, which could mean that the phone will more accurately understand where the S Pen is in positions such as air gestures.
But WinFuture’s report did not reveal much about the device’s specifications. According to previous news, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is expected to feature a 6.5 to 6.7-inch display, a body size of about 163.9 x 76 x 8.6 mm, and a pre-installed One UI 2.0 software based on Android 10 customization.
As can also be seen from the Geekbench database, the machine is expected to be equipped with Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 chipset, supplemented by storage options such as 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM. Of course, the most fantastic thing is that the standard 3.5mm headphone jack may be back again.