Pricing details for Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy A71 & Galaxy A51 leaked
Samsung is getting ready to refresh its Galaxy A series with a bunch of new devices in the coming weeks.
There are reports that not only will Samsung bring forth successors to the Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70, Galaxy A80, and Galaxy A90, but also unveil ‘Lite’ variants of the Galaxy Note 10 and S10.
Apparently, successors to the latter two handsets – which were expected to come out as the Galaxy A81 and Galaxy A91 – will reportedly debut as Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Lite, respectively.
Why in the bloody hell Samsung would want to launch more Galaxy S10 and Note 10 variants is hard to fathom. This is especially since both the S10 and Note 10 already have multiple variants to their names.
Heck, the Galaxy S10 lineup even has what can easily be considered as the Lite model that goes by the name Galaxy S10e. But Samsung isn’t content with these multiple models.
Matter of fact, the Korean tech giant seems to be borrowing a leaf from its Chinese competitors by flooding the market with multiple variants of the same device targeting different segments.
For those who haven’t been following, you can already check out rendered images (360-degree video) of what the phones will look like when they come out. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is here and the S10 Lite is here. You can find photos of the A71 here and those of the A51 here.
Even better is that now we have details of the alleged prices of these four phones when they begin selling later this month in Europe. As per the reports, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will cost €609 while the S10 Lite will be priced at €669.
On the other hand, the Galaxy A71 and A51 will set you back €469 and €375, respectively. If all goes according to plan, the quartet should begin selling in Europe, Slovakia to be specific, on December 27.
The Galaxy A51 is expected to launch this week on Thursday, which is when we may find out more details about the Galaxy S10 Lite, Note 10 Lite and Galaxy A71 devices.
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