Samsung has just announced two low-cost versions of its high-end smartphone lineup with the name S10 Lite and Note10 Lite.
Samsung recently announced two low-cost versions of its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note high-end phones aimed at middle-high-end customers. With the name respectively S10 Lite and Note10 Lite, the two products almost retain their signature features such as an in-display fingerprint sensor and reduce unnecessary points such as curved screen and QHD display resolution.
More specifically, the two phones will both have a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen size, much larger than the S10 and S10 + with sizes of 6.1 inches and 6.4 inches, and will be equipped with FHD panels instead of QHD as on the S10 or Note10.
In particular, they are all equipped with 4500mAh battery combined with energy-saving screen to “survive” after a long day of use. Regarding cameras, they will not be equipped with lenses that can change focus and separately S10 Lite will be equipped with a new “Super Steady OIS” stabilization technology along with a special macro lens.
Regarding configuration, S10 Lite will be powered by 7nm octa-core processor while Note10 Lite will have 10nm octa-core processor. In different markets, they will be equipped with 6GB or up to 8GB of RAM.
Both new phones will be unveiled by Samsung at CES 2020. In addition, Sony is also expected to introduce PlayStation 5 at the event.