Samsung is preparing “Lite” additions to both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 lineups. They will bear the model names SM-G770F and SM-N770F, respectively, and while the Note10 Lite is a mystery, a lot more is known about the S-phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite may be another name for the Galaxy A91. It will be available in White, Black and Blue. They will be “Prism” colors like the S10, which create a very slight gradient, as opposed to the “Aura” colors of the Galaxy Note10.
The rumored S10 Lite basically parrots what we’ve heard about the A91 – a Snapdragon 855 chipset, 8/128GB, 4,500mAh battery with 45W fast charging. The camera department promises a 48MP main camera, 12MP ultra wide and a 5MP depth sensor on the back, plus a 32MP selfie cam on the front.
The screen is said to be a 6.7” 1080p+ Super AMOLED panel, which will make it larger than the Galaxy S10+ (6.4”) and about the same size as the S10 5G (6.7”). That and having faster wired charging than the 4G versions of the S10 make the “lite” moniker sound quite strange.
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Using "e" or "lite" in the name of any phone destined to be a flagship handset isn't good for consumer visuals, status not does it make for simple and effective marketing for these handset. The proposed s10 Lite is basically the A90 5G, yet it w...