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Samsung may release further 'budget' versions of the Galaxy S10 and Note 10

The Galaxy Note 10 is now said to be getting a cheaper variant. (Source: CNET)
The Galaxy Note 10 is now said to be getting a cheaper variant. (Source: CNET)
According to recent reports, Samsung are about to release 2 new phones with the model numbers SM-G770F and SM-N770F. Due to their similarity to those of the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 respectively, it is now believed that they are budget versions of these phones. The SM-G770F is said to have the same specs as the Galaxy A91.

Samsung's Galaxy S10e and Note 10 are pitched at those looking for a slightly better deal in their top-end smartphones. Now, however, there are rumors that they may have their 'eco' status transferred to new variants. SamMobile now asserts that the OEM is working on what could be called a Galaxy Note 10e.

Furthermore, there are hints that the Galaxy S10 series will have a new addition along the same lines. They are based on information the blog claims to have "uncovered" on 2 new Samsung model names: SM-G770(F) and SM-N770F. They are close enough to those associated with some SoC variants of the Galaxy S10 (SM-G970) and Note 10 (SM-N970F) to invite speculation that they are budget version of either phone. (Galaxy S10 128GB on sale now at Amazon)

SamMobile's sources have also allegedly stated that the 'new' Galaxy S10 will have the same internals as the Galaxy A91. In addition, the "Note 10e" is apparently to be released in black and red colorways on their European launch. However, there have been no official confirmations associated with either putative phone as yet.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-10-12 (Update: 2019-10-13)