After months of rumors and revelations, Samsung finally released the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite smarts just before the opening of CES 2020. In early 2019, Samsung released its “orthodox” Galaxy S10 series of smartphones. But with the arrival of the S10 Lite model, consumers have more choice.
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The machine features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-O display.
Resolution 2400 x 1080 with round holes reserved for the front selfie camera at the top.
The Galaxy S10 Lite has a front size of 32 MP / f / 2.2, but the rear vertical three-camera and flash layout is more interesting.
The main cameras are 48 MP sensors that support ultra-steady optical stabilization, autofocus , f / 2.0.
The second 12MP wide-angle lens is 123 degrees f / 2.2, supplemented by a macro lens of 5MP s f / 2.4.
The Galaxy S10 Lite also features an octa-core processor with a 7nm process, supplemented by 6/8 GB of RAM plus 128 GB ROM, pre-installed with the Android 10 operating system.
The battery capacity is 4500 mAh and supports ultra-fast charging for USB-C ports, complemented by Samsung Knox security.
The Launch of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is no more than much later than the Note 10/ Note 10.
It also features a 6.7-inch screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080, but is upgraded to Super AMOLED Infinity-O.
The note 10 Lite’s pre-spec, also 32 MP s f / 2.2.
The rear three cameras in the upper left corner of the fuselage are also very different from the S10 Lite.
The Note 10 Lite is mainly a 12MP x f / 1.7 aperture, with dual-pixel autofocus and optical stabilization.
The second camera is an ultra-wide angle of 12MP x f / 2.2, supplemented by another f / 2.4 lens.
The machine features an eight-core processor with a 10nm process, supplemented by 6 / 8 GB of RAM plus 128 GB ROM.
The battery has a capacity of 4500 mAh and is pre-installed with the Android 10 operating system, but the biggest feature is the S Pen stylus.
The Note 10 Lite’s S Pen stylus is also connected to a low-energy Bluetooth (BLE) connection and can act as a remote control for remote photography, or to control presentations and media playback, in addition to Samsung Notes supports the conversion of handwriting input to text.
Finally, Samsung says the Galaxy S10 Lite will be available in white, black, and blue, while the Note 10 Lite will have Black (Aura Black), Red Red, and Bright (A) ura Glow) three colors.
The exact selling price and launch date (and 5G support) for the S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite are not yet known. Interested friends, please also keep an eye out for follow-up reports on CES 2020.