New leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite reveals interesting color options

The Note 10 Lite might keep the 3.5mm headphone jack.

Samsung Galaxy S10e is a popular device, thanks to its size and powerful performance. The device, though lacked a whole day battery, was preferred due to its compact size and the fact that it offered Snapdragon 855 (or Exynos 9820 in some regions) was a huge selling point. Samsung is looking to replicate that success by the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

New leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite reveals interesting color options
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WinFuture just released a few renders of the Note 10 Lite which shows off some new colors. They include black, red, and a sort of opalescent white. Moreover, they will have color-matching S Pen, as is the case with the current Note series.

New leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite reveals interesting color options

The renders also give us a good look into the device. The display will be a hole-punch, like the Note 10. The back of the phones shows off a rectangle camera setup with three cameras and one flash. This is reminiscent of the camera bump from iPhone 11 Pro and the Pixel 4. Samsung has gotten rid of its heart rate sensor for good as it’s absent here as well.

A 3.5mm jack is still expected to be present on the Lite version but it isn’t confirmed as no leaks or renders have given us the bottom view. It will also sport a USB Type-C port along with a speaker grill and an S-Pen slot.

The Note 10 Lite could sport last year’s Exynos 9810 chipset along with a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The fingerprint could be an in-display technology as no physical finderprint is seen. Whether optical or ultrasonic, it isn’t clear. As for battery, it might be equipped with a 4500mAh battery. The phone is expected to be priced at $839 (₹59,990). There isn’t a confirmed launch date but it’s expected to be launched in 2020.


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