At the beginning of this year, Samsung released the Galaxy S10 Lite - a slightly cheaper member of the Galaxy S10-series, which brought an interesting feature set - large flat screen and huge battery. Well, according to new information obtained by SamMobile, the S10 Lite is getting a successor.A photo of the Galaxy S10 Lite
As of now, there's not much to know about the handset except for some vague specs and model numbers. We can expect the phone to have at least 128GB of internal storage as a standard, it will run Samsung's One UI 2.5 out of the box and following the footsteps of its predecessor, it's likely that the handset will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Not all markets will get a 5G-enabled variant. Reportedly, the global S20 Lite with model number SM-G780 will come with and without 5G, depending on the market while a device with model number SM-G781 intended for the US market will support 5G.
It will most likely come with the 865 in Europe as well, same as with the S10 lite which comes with Snapdragon 855 in Europe
My S10 Lite which I bought 2Months ago! Because it only came out in January I waited a couple of months for the price to get a little lower I paid $444 for it and now they do this to me I have the 855 chip now they're going to use the 865 chip!!!!!! ...
Is Europe getting the shitty Exynos variant or snapdragon 865 because a Samsung s20 with sd865 at a good price would be awesome.