The Galaxy S10 series was introduced nearly 9 months ago and Samsung is focusing on the Galaxy S11 series. However, rumors suggest that the Korean giant is working on another device called Galaxy S10 Lite. A recent patent has revealed the design of this product. Issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in late October, the image depicts an unreleased smartphone, blending the design of this year’s Galaxy S10 + with last year’s Galaxy S9.
The smartphone has an Infinity-O screen on the front combined with impressive thin side edges and uniform top-bottom edges. However, the bottom bezel of the Galaxy S10 Lite seems to be a bit thicker than the high-end Galaxy S10.
The Seoul-based company is planning to use a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen for the device, incorporating curved edges and two selfie cameras. Although the details of the cameras are not mentioned, it is likely that the phone will “borrow” the sensors used on the Galaxy S10 + (including 10MP sensor and 8MP depth sensor).
On the other hand, the drawing shows that this smartphone has a dual vertical camera. According to rumors, the main sensor boasts a resolution of 48MP while the second sensor will use an ultra-wide 12MP lens. Most likely, this part will be similar to the Galaxy S10e camera cluster, shaping as a “competitor” directly competing with Apple’s iPhone 11.
Along with the interesting design, Galaxy S10 Lite will be integrated with all the specifications from the upcoming Galaxy A91. Specifically, the device will own Qualcomm processor to Snapdragon 855 combined with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal memory (expandable via microSD memory card up to 512GB).
Recent certifications show that a 4370mAh battery will be built into the device. On a related note, the product is expected to support Samsung’s 45W fast charging technology. In addition, Galaxy S10 Lite will run the latest operating system – Android 10 with One UI 2.0 interface, with USB-C port and bottom speaker. Unfortunately, the 3.5mm headphone jack and 5G network support will not be present in this device.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite may appear later this month to keep up with consumers in the Christmas shopping season. Otherwise, the product will appear at an introductory event in early 2020. Because it is rated as a device competing with iPhone 11, Samsung phones will have an expected price of $649 – $699 in the United States.
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