Not quite light: New Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite leak paints an interesting picture
Over the past few weeks, rumors of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite have ramped up. The device has made its way through a number of certification websites and benchmarks, giving us a pretty clear idea of what to expect from it.
According to the newest report, the S10 Lite will feature a massive 4,370 mAh battery. That supposedly translates into a 4500 mAh typical rating. This information comes after the device was certified by Brazilian agency Anatel.
It's interesting that the S10 Lite will feature such a huge battery. The S10+ sports a 4100 mAh battery, and the Note 10+ makes do with a 4300 mAh unit. This would make the S10 Lite the Samsung premium device with the biggest battery.
Going by what we've seen so far, the S10 Lite will feature a Snapdragon 855, 8GB of RAM, a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, and 45 W fast-charging. On the camera side of things, it's said to feature a 48 MP + 12 MP + 5 MP triple rear camera setup, and a 32 MP selfie camera.
So far, that doesn't seem like a "Lite" device at all. The hardware on show, going by those specifications, would put it alongside the Galaxy S10+. There's a chance the S10 Lite isn't actually a Lite device. We're more inclined to believe it's just a different Galaxy S phone.
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