Samsung is launching the Galaxy Note10 Lite any day now, and thanks to prominent leakster Roland Quandt, the full specs sheet of the smartphone is now out. The phone will have a 6.7” Full HD+ screen, Exynos 9810 chipset and a huge 4,500 mAh battery with up to 25W fast charging.
A lot of the specifications are borrowed from the current Samsung Galaxy Note10, like the triple-camera setup - 12 MP f/1.7 + 12 MP ultrawide-angle with an f/2.2 lens, 12 MP telephoto cam with 2x zoom and f/2.4 aperture. One difference from the current flagship, however, is the selfie shooter - the front-facing camera is 32 MP with f/2.0 lens.
Samsung is keeping the Infinity AMOLED panel, but this time it will include regular optical fingerprint sensor and not the ultrasonic version like in the flagship variant. Other specs include 6 GB RAM, 128 GB storage and a microSD slot for even more photos and videos.
The Galaxy Note10 Lite will measure 163.7 x 76.1 x 8.7 mm and will weigh 198 grams. There is no word whether the phone will have a ToF sensor, but looking at the already leaked renders where the camera is in a square setup, the number of the shooters appears to sit at three.Samsung Galaxy Note10+ & Samsung Galaxy Note10
Since we are working with a Galaxy Note device, of course it comes with an S Pen. Other specs include Android 10 with One UI 2 out of the box, Bluetooth 5.0, and expected price of €609. The device is likely to be launched on January 10 at select markets in Europe.
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Somewhere around between SD835 and 845. I think it's pretty decent if you consider this as a midrange chipset (though the power efficiency leaves a bit to be desired).