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Ruben Fields
October 12, 2019

At this point, we wonder why is it called Lite since it features pretty much the same hardware or even better than the Galaxy S10, save for the cameras.

Samsung is working on a cheaper model of the Galaxy Note 10 line already launched this year, and it will be called Galaxy Note 10 Lite, according to SamMobile website sources.

While the Note 10 came in two variants this year, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and the slightly less-expensive Galaxy Note 10, these models focused on offering users a pair of premium Note devices in two distinct sizes with very little tangible difference.

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Rumors are starting to circulate about a possible 'Note 10 Lite,' which is believed to be a cheaper Galaxy Note set for release in Europe. The Note 10 Lite could draw comparisons to similar models, but if its specs match up more closely to the originals, it could be better equipped to compete.

However, we really can't say how affordable it will be since there is no clue as to what the tech giant will trim off the Note 10 to qualify it as a Lite version. For now, the updates are available only in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 smartphones in South Korea. The device is likely to feature a S Pen considering the series it is a part of. Also, Samsung Galaxy S11e as a more affordable device is also a possiblity. In front, we're looking at a 32 megapixel camera with a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display. According to the leaks, the specifications of the S10 Lite with the model number SM-G770F will be the same as the Galaxy A91 which is also a rumored smartphone that will be released in specific markets worldwide.

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