Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite – Here are the official press renders
If you don’t know, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is set to launch in India this month & as the name suggests, this is going to be a cheaper version of the Galaxy Note 10. While we don’t know much about the phone, it is reported that the device bears the model number SM-N770F. Today, we got the official press renders of Galaxy Note 10 Lite courtesy of WinFuture.
These official renders reveal one very interesting thing that a lot of Samsung Galaxy Note fans will love. It’s the fact that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is going to be the first flat-screen Galaxy Note in the past few years. In fact, the last time we got a flat-screen Galaxy Note was in 2015 when the Galaxy Note 5 launched. After that, Samsung has launched Galaxy Note phones with curved displays.
Moreover, since it is a Galaxy Note series phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite has an S-Pen as well, which, as per WinFuture, has Bluetooth 5.1 support. That’s not it. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a 3.5mm headphone jack as well, something that Samsung ditched in the Galaxy Note 10 series of this year.
Just like the Note 10 & Note 10+, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a hole-punch display on the front & it is an AMOLED panel with the cutout for front camera placed in the middle on top. There is a tiny bottom chin. On the rear, there is a triple camera setup placed in a square-ish camera layout that has the three cameras & the LED Flash.
The lack of fingerprint scanner on the rear or on the sides suggests there is an in-display fingerprint scanner. Now, it cannot be said if this is an optical scanner or an ultrasonic one like the Galaxy Note 10 lineup.
As seen in the official renders, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will come in at least three colors that include Red, Silver & Black. This confirms the information we received earlier regarding the Galaxy Note 10 Lite’s color options. While the rest of the specifications are not known yet, the starting price is expected to be around 670 euros or $747.
The price for the European market is generally higher, so don’t expect the phone to launch in other markets like India at the same price.