After the numerous rumors, speculations and the lot, Samsung has finally unveiled the lite versions of its popular flagships, the Galaxy S10 Lite, and Note 10 Lite.
S10 Lite is powered by a yet unnamed 7nm chipset (though the specifications does match the Snapdragon 855), backed by up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage plus a microSD card slot.
The device packs three rear cameras – a 48MP main, a 12MP ultrawide, and a 5MP macro shooter. Up front is a 32MP snapper housed in a punch hole design similar to the Note 10. Camera features include Super Steady OIS on the main camera, which is a first.
Note 10 Lite on the other hand, runs on a 10nm chipset, and has the same 6GB or 8GB + 128GB RAM and storage configuration, plus a microSD card slot. Being a Note device, it also comes with an S-Pen.
While it packs the same 32MP camera on the S10 Lite, the rear boasts a different setup – 12MP main sensor with Dual Pixel AF and OIS, a 12MP ultrawide shooter, and a 12MP telephoto camera.
Both devices sport 6.7-inch Infinity-O displays at Full HD resolution, along with 4,500mAh batteries with support for 25W fast charging, and One UI 2 on top of Android 10. Do note that the Note 10 Lite does have a headphone jack, while the S10 Lite doesn’t.
S10 Lite comes in three colors – Prism White, Prism Black, and Prism Blue, while the Note 10 Lite comes in Aura Glow, Aura Black, and Aura Red.
As for pricing and availability, both devices are set to hit shelves by the end of Q1. Note 10 Lite is priced at €599 (PhP34,200.98), while S10 Lite will retail for €649 (PhP37,060.79).