Leaked Galaxy S10 Lite Specifications And Price

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Rumors have it that Samsung is all set to release a cheaper variant of Galaxy S10 by the name of Galaxy S10 Lite. Samsung used to release affordable models its flagship device in the past. The last flagship to receive a mini or cheaper version was Galaxy S5. The flagship received a cheaper and smaller version of it by the name of Galaxy S5 Mini. However, from there on Samsung discontinued the practice and to fill the void they introduced Samsung J and Samsung A series which are performing really well up until now. Rumors now claim that Samsung is working on a cheaper version of Galaxy S10, which they will call Galaxy S10 Lite. This affordable version would offer a similar experience to the Galaxy S10 with some compromises.

Galaxy S10 Lite Specifications

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Specifications

So far we know very basic Galaxy S10 Lite Specifications. The phone is supposed to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 instead of the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC. The Galaxy S10 Lite will feature flat Infinity- O display which it recently announced at SDC 2018 alongside Infinity U and Infinity V. We are expecting the much common dual-camera setup on the rear and most probably single lens for the selfie cam.

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The Galaxy S10 Lite will come in two memory configurations 4GB and 6GB of RAM along with 64GB of internal storage. We are not yet sure about expandable storage capability of the device. However, there could be a 6GB/128GB model shipping as well. The Korean Giant is said to be working on an in-screen fingerprint sensor, but that’s definitely not going to make to the Galaxy S10 Lite. Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will have a regular fingerprint scanner at the side.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Price

All these early rumors are to be taken with a pinch of salt. Rumors and early leaks also mention the price range of $650-750 for Galaxy S10 Lite.

Samsung might release Galaxy S10 Lite along with Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in February next year.