Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite Leaked Renders Leave Little To Imagination

Samsung has long been rumoured to work on a more affordable variant of their Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series that they unveiled earlier this year. Now, shortly after the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite Support Page went live, we have official-looking renders of the phone, courtesy of WinFuture.

The “marketing images” of the upcoming phone reveal that although the phone shares some design elements with the Galaxy Note 10 series. It falls closer to the leaked images we’ve seen of the Samsung Galaxy S11. The phone has a punch-hole camera at the centre like the Note 10. But the camera module at the back is a square module like we’ve seen on phones like the Samsung Galaxy A51, unlike the vertical array we saw on the Note 10.

Colour variants of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

Another differentiating factor of the Note 10 Lite is that the display loses its curves as the renders show a rather flat-looking display. The display will be an AMOLED panel with at least FullHD resolution. Coming back to the camera setup, the Note 10 Lite is shown to have a triple-camera setup that is expected to consist of a primary 48MP sensor (atleast), an ultrawide camera and possibly a telephoto lens or a depth sensor.

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One aspect where the Note 10 Lite is expected to better the regular Note 10 series is the S Pen. According to a certification document, the Note 10 Lite will support the latest Bluetooth 5.1 standard which will bring in positioning. Samsung could use this to locate the S-Pen and also provide for more accurate and advanced gestures.

The Note 10 Lite is also said to bring back the 3.5mm headphone jack that was missing on the Note 10 series. Also, the phone is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 855, the same chip that powered the Samsung S10 series. As for the launch date, there’s no official word on it. But we can expect Samsung to soon take the stage.

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