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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite rumored to launch in Europe

12 October 2019

Now that Apple iPhones, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series and Huawei Mate 30 handsets are out of the way, smartphone enthusiasts are not just looking forward to the Google Pixel 4 smartphones but also on the next year's Samsung Galaxy S flagship devices.

The source also doesn't specifically say that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite won't be available in other shades, just that it will be available in black and red.

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Samsung is planning to launch a new variant of Galaxy S10 that could be called the Galaxy S10 Lite and it would be affordable as well.

The model number given in both articles for the (unofficially dubbed) Note 10 Lite - SM-N770F - matches, which ideally means two different sources have spoken to SamMobile and Agarwal, but it's also possible it's the same source repeating themselves. This would be a cheaper Note 10 aimed at more budget-friendly users, much like the Galaxy S10e. The Note 10 line-up is also getting the same treatment but interestingly the upcoming model is not being given the "e" moniker. It's a valid point, because the Galaxy Note 10 Lite kind of already exists in the form of the Galaxy S10, but perhaps the design and form factor will stay the same and the specs will decrease.

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Without a doubt, an S Pen will obviously be offered, as this is the essence of the Galaxy Note lineup, but it'll certainly be interesting to see how Samsung manages to reduce the price of this device without actually removing too many features from it.

It stays to be seen that, if this info is confirmed, the rumored S 10 Lite had a 6.7 inch display screen, one thing large. In 2020, the company is expected to launch the "Galaxy S11".

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite rumored to launch in Europe