Galaxy Note 10 Lite: Samsung to launch a more affordable version of its pen-based smartphone

The Galaxy Note 10 Lite. – WinFutureThe subject of rumours for several months, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is revealed in images. Equipped with an S-Pen and a non-curved screen, this device should cost less than the Note 10 and Note 10+.

Samsung is preparing to launch “lite” versions of its latest high-end smartphones. For several weeks, rumours have intensified around a Galaxy S10 Lite and a Galaxy Note 10 Lite. These devices would have high-end characteristics but more moderate prices thanks to less ambitious designs, which would place them in fronts of smartphones like the Honor 20 Pro or the OnePlus 7T Pro. The WinFuture site obtained images of what would be the Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

The good news is that this “low-cost” Galaxy Note 10 should have a stylus on board. All editing functions related to the S-Pen should, therefore, be on the program. This new device would support Bluetooth 5.1, which provides geolocation to the centimetre and which could be useful to find a lost stylus. To cut costs, Samsung seems to have decided to sacrifice its famous curved screen. Like the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite would have a flat-screen.

On the back, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite would sport a rectangular camera module. The latter strangely resembles the renderings of Galaxy S11, which confirms Samsung’s decision to go in this direction. It would not be surprising that the Korean brand markets these devices (the S10 Lite and the Note 10 Lite) at the same time, even if there is a good chance that they will be launched before.