Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite photos leak out in plenty & you can feast your eyes on them
Samsung’s success in the smartphone industry is partly because of the sheer number of devices the company pumps into the market annually.
Matter of fact, this model at some point clouded Samsung’s smartphone naming scheme in the budget segment that was primarily made of the Galaxy J series, with the company releasing multiple variants of the same devices under different names in various markets across the globe.
Apparently, Samsung is set to bring this model to its premium line of devices, beginning with the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite. As the names suggest, these should be slimmed-down variants of the S10 and Note 10, respectively.
For some reason, though, these two devices could also be marketed in some regions as the Galaxy A91 and Galaxy A81, respectively. This would make them successors to the already-available Galaxy A90 and A80.
It has been claimed that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite could see the light on December 27, with sales commencing in January 2020. When it arrives, Europeans will pay €609 to put their hands on one.
But how does it look like? Well, thanks to WinFuture, we have our eyes on the design of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite from the back to the front via the side, including the accompanying S Pen. From the images, the most notable design change is the tri-lens main camera module that mimics the Pixel 4 module.
On the front, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will keep a center hole punch for the selfie camera but on a flat-screen, thus doing away with the curved screen design seen on the standard Note 10.
Looking at the leaked images from the side, the buttons on the Galaxy Note 10 Lite are placed a little differently from the standard Note 10. The power button is back to the right alongside the volume rockers, which also suggests the S Pen’s pocket could shift to the left.
Below is a gallery of the leaked Galaxy Note 10 Lite photos (tap/click on a photo to enlarge).
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