Were you a fan of the Lite series models from the Galaxy line? Well, it might just be your lucky day as Samsung has released the new Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10 Lite smartphones.
The good thing about the Galaxy Lite models is that it still brings the key premium features like the latest camera technology, signature S Pen, a longer battery life, and an immersive price point. And get this: all that at a much affordable price point.
Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10 Lite coming 0ur way
There is no denying that premium phones cost a lot of money. But with those premium features, state-of-the-art and latest technology you just want to get one for yourself, don’t you? If you can afford one fresh off the rack, but for others who can’t, these Lite models might just save the day.
Getting all the premium features and the latest technology at a more affordable price? What’s not to love, right?
So, Samsung just introduced the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10. Looking at it, you will immediately see some noticeable features that differentiate itself from its predecessors.
What do they look like?
Unveiled at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2020, the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10 Lite both 6.7-inch giant screen displays. Gone is the horizontal array that houses the cameras at the back that Samsung users are so used to seeing, at least on the Galaxy S10.
Instead, you will see the bold new look of a rectangular camera on the back. And that just confirms the rumors that the upcoming Galaxy S11 will feature the same shape to house the cameras.
Judging the backs of both smartphones, the Note10 Lite’s camera array looks a lot better than the Galaxy S10 Lite’s which seems to be protruding and takes up more space than it needs to.
If you don’t mind the rectangular camera array on the back, you will surely be loving the set of premium features that come with it. Another similarity aside from the three rear cameras and the massive screen display is the 4,500 mAh battery.
What are the differences?
Let us compare both Lite models’ screens to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 for a better understanding, shall we?
Both Galaxy S10 Lite and Note10 Lite screens are not as bright and curved as the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, plus the materials are more modest. And the greatest news of all is that both will run Android 10 fresh out of the box. Additionally, both Lite models also support dual sim.
Are you wondering what the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite differ from each other? Based on the specifications and appearance, they look as if there is no difference, right?
But there are two differences in each of the Lite models. One being, Note10 Lite’s S Pen stylus, which is as responsive on the Note 10 Plus as it is on the Note 10 Lite phone. Second, the Note 10 Lite uses Samsung’s Exynos chipset, while the S10 Lite has a Snapdragon chip under the hood.
Finally, the Note 10 Lite features what many fans have been crying out – a headphone jack. Unfortunately, the S10 Lite does not.