Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite: Features | Specs
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Samsung's Note line has always stood out for two reasons. Firstly, they were huge phones when they first launched, although many competing handsets have now caught up to the "phablet" size of the first few generations of Note phones.
Then there's the actually unique "S-Pen" stylus. Up until 2019, if you wanted an S-Pen you had to match it to an equally large Note phone. But that changed with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Note10, a "smaller" Note compared to the Galaxy Note10 Plus.
Now there's a third option, with Samsung unveiling the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite.
- 6.7-inch display
- Central hole punch camera
- Aura Glow, Aura Black and Aura Red finishes
- Wide, ultrawide and telephoto lenses
- 32MP selfie camera
- 10nm Octa-core processor
- 6GB or 8GB of RAM
- S-Pen experiences at a (presumably) lower price
- 4,500mAh battery should power it through the day well
- Could be a great way to get into the Note world – if the price is right
Pricing and availability
- Pricing still TBC
Samsung is yet to formally announce pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite, and it's yet to be formally confirmed to be shipping to Australia. We'll update you once we get more concrete details from Samsung Australia.
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