While we await the official announcement of the phone, a set of Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite real-life photos have been leaked.
The pictures confirm that the device has a punch-hole camera on the top of the display. Word is that the selfie-lens is a 32MP snapper.
The design of the display as expected is flat, i.e., not curved like the regular Note10. And the bezels on the Note10 Lite are more noticeable as well. The device has the model number SM-N770F/DS.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite does come with the S-Pen.
Moving to the back panel, we can see a square bump at the top left, which houses triple rear cameras along with an LED Flash. The primary sensor is reportedly a 12MP camera, while the other two are a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens and a 12MP telephoto lens.
The lack of a physical fingerprint scanner on the back panel suggests that the phone will be equipped with an in-display sensor. Considering that the rumoured spec sheet says the Note10 Lite has an AMOLED screen, it makes sense.
The volume rocker and the power buttons are pictured on the right edge of the phone’s frame.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite real-life photos
The Galaxy Note10 Lite real-life photos from TechTalkTV tally perfectly with the leaked Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite press renders that we reported about last week. The device could be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note10 Lite along with the Galaxy S10 Lite soon.