Thanks to an FCC filing, it seems like the rumored Galaxy S10 Lite is about to be a real product very soon. While the potential arrival date of the phone, before the S11 goes official in March, is odd, it’s even weirder to see the aforementioned phone to be sporting a massive 4500mAh battery with 45W charging capability. That’s better than the entire S10 series and equally good as the Note 10+.
Samsung S10 Lite Not Really A Lite Version?
The reason for the larger battery of S10 Lite is because of the larger 6.69″ display. It’s slightly smaller than the Note 10+ which has a 6.8″ size. The same goes for the overall dimension of the device. Spec-wise, it’s said to feature Snapdragon 855 chipset with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The camera setup on the back is 48MP + 12MP + 5MP while the front is using a 32MP sensor. This type of combination is usually seen from Samsung premium/upper mid-range phones, perhaps, this is a good reason to keep the price reasonable (if it will ever arrive).
Other rumors also suggest that Note 10 Lite is in the works already, and will launch alongside the S10 Lite and Galaxy A51 next month in India.