It is now official that Samsung will be dropping lite models of their Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy S10 phones. A questionable move (in my opinion) given they already have cheaper models of those phones with the S10e being the cheaper model S10 and the Note 10 being the entry-level note 10. But it looks like Samsung is looking to go even cheaper so let’s dive into these phones.

Both the Note 10 lite and the S10 Lite will have a 6.7inch Full HD display, basically 1080P, 4500 mAh battery, Snapdragon 855 processor (2-year-old processor),  up to 8 GBs of RAM, the latest Android 10, and One UI 2.0. With 3 rear cameras, this phone is a tempting device, and one I could definitely recommend if priced right. And I think this phone will indeed be priced just right.

Hopefully, this will not just be one of those phones that is exclusive to a certain market like China or India. We will learn more at CES next week.

 

Check out this video by All about Samsung for a look at the device now.

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