Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite Will Have S Pen and Same Specs as Note 9

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After the certification of a Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite by the FCC a few days ago, it is the turn of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite to make its appearance in a document of the US agency, which approved its S Pen on November 26th, a sign that the formalization of the smartphone could intervene in the coming weeks.

This document does not tell us much about the characteristics of the stylus. Its dimensions are 5.80 × 4.35 × 105.18 mm, meaning that it will be the same size as the stylus for the Galaxy Note 10. But it is unknown at this time whether it will be the same.

Recall that for the Galaxy Note 10 Samsung thoroughly pumped the stylus capabilities: now the smartphone understands gesture control at distances of up to 10 meters. In other words, you can use the regular strokes to select photo modes, zoom in or out portraits, and adjust the camera. But the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is unlikely to have the same stylus. He is likely to be left with basic features such as camera control and music playback.

Recently, a Samsung device, codenamed SM-N770F appeared in Geekbench 5 showed that in the single-core test it scored 667 points, and in the multi-core test – 2030. There are also Android 10 and 6 GB of RAM paired with an Exynos 9810 processor. This processor was installed in 2018 for the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 + and Galaxy Note 9. Hopefully, in the near future, Samsung will reveal more information about the device.

According to the latest information, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will be presented with the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy A51 next month. The exact date of the announcement is not yet available. By the way, in some countries, the device may come out as the Galaxy A81.

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