Samsung used to release the Lite versions of their flagship devices earlier. And it’s highly expected of them to bring those versions back this year. We’ve already seen some renders of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite appearing on a previous article. Even though the renders were quite dark, they showed us what the back panel might look like. Now, the front side of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite design has been revealed with some new renders.
These renders were first published by Android Headlines which gives us a much clearer look of the front side of those devices. As we can see from the renders, both the devices will be equipped with a punch-hole display with minimal bezels. It can be noted that the Note Lite 10 has slimmer bezels than the S10 Lite – but not by much.
Also, the renders tell us that the device will come with a flat screen – which would be appreciated by so many people. Also, the battery capacity of the Note 10 Lite was spotted on a South Korean certifying authority’s website which confirms of it having 4,500 mAh battery. If that turns out to be true, then that will be 200 mAh more than what the Note 10+ and the 5G variant already has. That combined with a bit lighter specs and screen, it should perform really well in that department.
Not much information about these devices is available yet. But we did see the Galaxy Note 10 Lite appearing on Geekbench which confirmed it having Exynos 9810 at its heart. That’s the only leak which is quite disappointing at this moment. But well, we’ll see what it officially launches with. As we move closer to the launch, we’ll have more leaks and I’ll be here to cover them.