Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite shows up in hands-on images

A couple of weeks back, we got the press renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite & later, the full specifications were also revealed by the same source. So, we know how the phone looks like & what are the specifications as well as the pricing for the European market. Today, however, the first hands-on images of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite leaked that revealed how the device looks like in real life.

Well, these images reveal the same design as those press renders revealed. There is a punch-hole, aka Infinity-O display on the front like the Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+, but the display isn’t curved. It is a flat display, which is something new for a Galaxy Note series phone if we talk about the Note devices launched in the past few years.

On the rear, there is a square-ish camera housing on the top left that has the triple camera setup & the LED flash. Believe it or not, this is the design trend for 2020. There is no fingerprint scanner on the rear since that’s placed under the display. It is unknown whether it is an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner like the Galaxy Note 10 or an optical scanner like Samsung’s mid-range phones.

The volume rockers are placed on the right side alongside the power button & there is a SIM card tray on the left. As for ports, the phone does have a 3.5mm headphone jack, something that Samsung removed from its Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+.

And how can we forget the S-Pen, something that’s an integral part of a Galaxy Note series device? As we already know, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display, Exynos 9810 SOC, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage (expandable), and a 4,500mAh battery with 25W Fast Charging.

There are triple rear cameras that include a primary 12MP unit, a secondary telephoto camera with 2X Optical Zoom & a third 12MP Ultra-Wide-Angle shooter. There is a 32MP selfie camera. As previous leaks have suggested, the phone would be available in some parts of Europe from January 2020 at a price of 609 EUR.