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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (Galaxy A91) official renders + Hands-On Video

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Everybody knows by now that Samsung is all set to launch the “Lite” versions of its Galaxy Note 10 & Galaxy S10 devices of last year, i.e., the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite & the Galaxy S10 Lite. As far as the Note 10 Lite is concerned, we already have the official press renders, the leaked spec sheet & the live images. Today, the official press renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite were shared by Ishan Agarwal in collaboration with MySmartPrice.

These press renders confirm the design that CAD renders revealed a month ago. It is worth mentioning that this phone is launching in some regions as the Samsung Galaxy A91.

As you can see, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite features an Infinity-O display on the front & almost negligible bezels all around. The punch-hole for the single selfie camera is there in the middle on top, just like the Note 10 lineup. On the rear, there is a triple camera setup placed in a rectangular camera module that also has an LED flash.

Moreover, we can see the text that says “Super Steady OIS.” So, the rumored “tiltOIS” of the S10 Lite or the Galaxy A91 is coming as the “Super Steady OIS.” As Ice Universe quoted recently, this OIS technology is better than even the one on Samsung’s 2018’s flagships.

The press renders reveal three color options – Prism Black, Prism Blue & Prism White. The specifications of the phone are already known that include a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Full-HD+ display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SOC, 8GB RAM, 128GB ROM, a triple camera setup on the rear with a primary 48MP camera, a secondary 12MP Ultra-Wide-Angle lens & a third 5MP Macro lens, a 32MP selfie camera, & a 4,500mAh battery with support for 45W Fast Wired Charging.

As per previous leaks, the pricing is going to be around EUR 649.

Here is a hands-on video by All About Samsung

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