Samsung took her Galaxy Note10 Lite to India today. The Galaxy Note10 flagship’s cheaper alternative comes with a year-old Exynos 9810 chipset and an INR38,999 price tag that’s equivalent to $547.
By comparison, the small Galaxy Note10 starts from INR69,999, or around $980, while the Plus edition is more expensive than INR10,000/$140.
Galaxy Note 10 Lite offers an edge-to-edge, 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display. The phone features a Full HD+ Super AMOLED 6.7-inch display with a 20:9 tall aspect ratio and a resolution of 1080x 2400.
It also brings in the reach of Samsung’s industry-leading camera technologies.
Galaxy Note10 Lite packs a 12 MP wide camera Dual Pixel OIS (Optical Image Specialization) along with an Ultra Wide (123-degree field of view) 12 MP and 12 MP telephoto lens to take your photography to the next level. Galaxy Note10 Lite comes with a front camera of 32 MP, too.
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is powered by a 10 nm 2.7 GHz Exynos 9810 octa-core chipset, despite being a’ Lite’ version. The device comes in 6/8 GB RAM variants paired with 128 GB internal storage for fast performance and ample storage requirements. Galaxy Note10 Lite backs up to 1 TB of expandable memory. Galaxy Note10 Lite is packed with a large battery of 4500 mAh which comes with a super-fast charge.
It also goes along with Samsung’s software and services ecosystem, including Bixby (Vision, Lens Mode, and Routines), Samsung Pay, and Samsung Health.
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