Samsung might be working on a Galaxy Note 10 Lite
Since the Galaxy Note 10 lineup starts at almost US$1,000 and the high-end models of other families of products that belong to Samsung are also priced well above the competition, it seems that quite a few Lite models might launch in the coming months (Galaxy Note 10 256GB on sale now at Amazon). The first such handset is rumored to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, a device that had already surfaced — only as a rumor, of course — a while ago as the SM-N770F.
According to Android Community, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite might be available in red and black, with a price tag between US$500 and US$600. This phablet might launch alongside a Galaxy S10 Lite (SM-G770F) or a Galaxy S11 Lite. Unfortunately, nothing is official yet, so a lot can change until we see the actual products on the market.
In addition to the above, we could also get a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855-powered Galaxy A handset. Since Samsung already has the Galaxy S10 and S10e and S10+, it would not be completely surprising to see at least one more Note 10 phablet that targets budget-conscious fans of Samsung Galaxy Note flagships — no matter how awkward "budget-conscious" and "fans of Samsung Galaxy Note flagships" sound in the same phrase.
As usual, feel free to drop your comments below. Would you buy a US$500 to US$600 Galaxy Note 10 Lite or just go with a competing product like the brand-new dual-display Nubia Z20?
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