It isn’t curved like the regular Note10, and instead uses a flat display. The bezels are not narrow as the premium variant either. The Note10 Lite has a punch-hole selfie camera at the top of the display. And the panel here is an AMOLED screen.
Moving to the back there is a rectangular camera bump at the top left which houses three cameras placed in an L-shaped manner along with an LED flash to make up for a symmetrical design. The main camera is said to be a 48MP sensor, accompanied by a wide-angle lens and a macro or zoom lens.
If you observe the images closely, you will notice that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom. There is an S-Pen slot as well, and the stylus will support Bluetooth 5.1
Rumours suggest that the Note10 Lite will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. The device could be priced at about 670 Euros (which is about Rd. 53,000). The phone will be available in Black, Silver and Red colours.
And according to WinFuture, the Note10 Lite’s design is quite similar to what the Galaxy S11 will look like.