Samsung has been teasing a lot lately regarding what’s in store for us from the company in a month or two. However, this was mostly regarding the upcoming Galaxy S10 series successors which might or might not be called the Galaxy S20 if reports are to be believed.
Now, we have a new announcement from Samsung just ahead of the CES 2020 where the company has unveiled two new smartphones. These smartphones from Samsung are the Galaxy Note 10 Lite and the Galaxy S10 Lite. Now, we cannot say that we were caught totally unaware of the existence of these smartphones since there were leaks and rumours regarding both of these phones.
As far as the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is concerned, we have a hole-punch camera on the display which is similar to the S10 series. However, it is seen that the hole is slightly bigger which differences itself from the regular S10 series. Also, the overall bezels around the device are slightly bigger but symmetrical and we get the feeling that its design is inspired by iPhone Xr and 11 from Apple.
On the back of S10 Lite, we have three cameras and a Super Steady OIS which is said to be the best image stabilization of current phones. The similarity between Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite is that both have a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O displays at 2400 × 1080 resolution.
You also get 4500 mAh battery on both the phones as well as 6 or 8GB RAM on devices with 128GB internal storage. One interesting but a big difference is that the Galaxy S10 Lite is powered by Snapdragon 855 processor while the Note 10 Lite has an Exynos 8895 processor. Also, the camera setup on both phones is different. At the moment, we are also not aware of the prices for both the phones but we will update you as we know more.