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Galaxy Note 10 Lite marketing images appear; Support page goes live

18 December 2019 0

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite looks imminent as its support page has recently gone live and it has already passed some necessary certifications. Now we are seeing the complete look of the device, thanks to the leaked marketing images that have surfaced courtesy of the famous tipster Roland Quandt.

The leaked renders show the much-anticipated device from every angle and, in fact, in different colors as well. You would see the centrally-aligned punch-hole on the display. On the back of the device are three cameras, all housed in a square-shaped module where LED flash is also included. The renders clearly show the S Pen, suggesting the stripped-down variant of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite also has Bluetooth-enabled S Pen support.

The power and volume buttons are housed on the right edge of the screen. The cameras at the back reportedly include a 48MP main camera, a wide-angle camera, and a macro lens.

The marketing images show the Galaxy Note 10 Lite in Black, Silver, and Red color options.

The device with its tipped model number SM-N770F is also listed on the official support page, suggesting the launch is just around the corner. The support page, however, doesn’t reveal any details. Additionally, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite has apparently been certified by the US FCC as well. Geekbench listing has already suggested the device could come powered by the in-house Exynos 9810 SoC paired with 6GB RAM and it will run Android 10 on the software side.

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Galaxy Note 10 Lite marketing images appear; Support page goes live
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