Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Introduces With Huge Battery

New Device is set to release this month

Samsung has started to work on smartphones in the mid-range and upper mid-range markets with increased competition from Chinese OEMs. It looks like the sales of the business do not go well even after launching three versions of its Galaxy S-series and two models of its flagships of the Note-series. Samsung is working on Huge battery of its new Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite version.

Previously, Sam Mobile announced that Samsung was working with model number SM-N770F on a Galaxy Note 10 Lite. The same source has now found that under the model number SM-G770F, the company is also working on an affordable version of its recently launched Samsung Galaxy S10.

The smartphone will support Snapdragon 855 with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of extendable storage, according to the article. The rear triple sensor camera features a 48 MP main sensor coupled with ultra-wide and depth sensors of 12MP and 5MP. The camera comes with a single 32 MP shooter for selfies. The smartphone of Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite has a Super AMOLED screen. The camera has a 1080x 2280 pixel resolution and a pixel density of 435 ppi. It has a 19:9 aspect ratio and a. screen-to-body ratio. The buyers get a 10 MP front camera on the front and on the back there is a 12 MP + 16 MP camera with features like Auto Flash, Face Detection, Focus Control. This is said to have a huge 4500 mAh battery backed by 45W fast charging as far as the mobile is concerned. That leaves us wondering why it will be named ‘ Lite ‘ for a smartphone with these specifications.

Anyway, since the information can not be validated, we do not suggest that this news is 100% correct. In fact, it is highly unlikely that Samsung will start producing toned-down models of its own flagship to flood the market with smartphones. Innovation and top-of – the-line technologies have always been reserved for the S-series.

Nayab Khan

Nayab Khan is a freelance tech-writer whose specialty is absorbing the key data and articulating the most important points. She helps IT based organizations communicate their message clearly across multiple channels.
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