Samsung's Cheaper Flagship Could Launch as "Galaxy Note10 Lite"

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Now it seems at least one more Lite phone is in development, which could be a surprise entry in the ageing Galaxy S10 lineup.

Samsung is working on a cheaper model of the Galaxy Note 10 line already launched this year, and it will be called Galaxy Note 10 Lite, according to SamMobile website sources.

The source also doesn't specifically say that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite won't be available in other shades, just that it will be available in black and red.

The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is said to bear the model number SM-N770F. The Note 10 is already seen as a heavy cutdown version of the Note 10 Plus.

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The Galaxy Lite model, numbered SM-G770F, could either be a cheaper version of the current Galaxy S10 or of its 2020 successor, presumed to be called the Galaxy S11.

No rumors as yet have mentioned the specs though, beyond apparently 128GB of storage, and it's those and the price that could make or break this S Pen-toting handset. Germany users who are also part of the program in Samsung Members App will get the next Galaxy S10 Android 10 update from October 14th similar goes for the U.S. It is also expected for India and UK Samsung users will also soon receive the updates.

When the Samsung Galaxy Notice have been launched 10 and Notice 10 Some anticipated a 3rd mannequin, the equal of the Galaxy S 10 e nevertheless it was not. In front, we're looking at a 32 megapixel camera with a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display. As a result of it bearing the Galaxy Note 10 name, the device may get released any moment from now, certainly before the release of the Galaxy S11 next year.

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