Recent weeks have been rife with rumors of a possible release of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite. Both have now received two certifications that bring them ever closer to the official announcement.
On the one hand, the Galaxy S10 Lite has been NBTC certified in Thailand. This certification confirmed the device name once again, with model number SM-G770F being the global dual SIM version.
Note 10 Lite has been certified by GIS agency. With model number SM-N770F, it is certain that it will hit the market with Bluetooth 5.1 and, as expected, an S Pen.
In terms of specs, the S10 Lite could arrive later this month with the Snapdragon 855. A similar design is expected to come out of the already released Galaxy A71, with three rear cameras and a hole in the center of the screen.
Note 10 Lite, on the other hand, should have the Exynos 9810 processor. This is the processor that equipped devices like the Galaxy S9 or Note 9, top of the range brand in 2018. It will also have an AMOLED screen with a hole in the center, and will have at S Pen its great differential.
According to the latest information, the devices will not be launched simultaneously. If the Galaxy S10 Lite is expected later this year, the Note should only be released in 2020. The positive response, or not, from the market will depend on the price range where they are positioned.
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