The Galaxy Note 10 Lite may come with an even bigger battery than the Note 10+
Earlier, WinFuture's Roland Quandt published a fresh Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite leak purported to contain pretty much all this upcoming device's specs. Now, the same can be said for the SM-N770F, or Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite. This phone is projected to be a novel vehicle for the S-Pen aimed at the upper mid tier of its market, and may see a launch in January 2020.
This new set of rumored specs may underpin this idea. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is now depicted as a triple-camera device, in the same colors previously leaked by Quandt. Its rear sensors are touted to be of 12MP in resolution each, like those of the iPhone 11 series.
As with those Apple devices, each lens allegedly has a different function: one will be f/1.7 and be a dual-pixel main shooter; the second is a f/2.2 ultrawide sensor, while the last (f/2.4) handles telephoto duties and also has a 2x optical zoom function.
The Note 10 Lite is also now slated to have a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with a central punch-hole camera. Therefore, it now sounds like it and the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite may rock the same screen. However, unlike this phone, the new Note variant is rumored to have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage only.
This unprepossessing facet of Note 10 Lite rumors is compounded by Quandt's reiteration of an earlier report that states this phone may get stuck with the older Exynos 9810 SoC. Then again, Android 10 based on Samsung's One UI 2.0 skin is also mentioned in the context of this phone; as the Note 10s proper now have a stable build of this OS, that part of this new leak at least is quite plausible.
In more encouraging indications, WinFuture also now claims that this "Lite" phablet will have a paradoxical 4500mAh battery. By contrast, the Note 10 has a 3500mAh battery, whereas that of the Note 10+ goes up to 4300mAh. Finally, Quandt also reinforces the rumor that these flagships' new variant will bring the 3.5mm headphone jack back to this series.