Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite with Snapdragon 855 launched in India

Joanna Estrada
January 24, 2020

Another design quirk suggested by the Samsung Galaxy S20 leak: the 3D curved edges typical of the S-series of phones will be toned down to a lower-key 2.5D degree, whatever that means. A side view shows us the buttons are on the right-hand side of the phone and there is no Bixby button on the left-hand side.

The giant camera array also shows four sensors, including a periscope lens that will reportedly offer 10x optical and 100x digital zoom. Furthermore, the renders also hint at Space Zoom which in all probability is an astrophotography feature.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite comes with an Infinity-O styled punch-hole design and an ultra-slim bottom bezel up front. It has slightly different co, our options - Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue and Cloud Pink.

The 120 HZ display will offer a high refresh rate but will only work with the phone's standard resolution as opposed to the WQHD - quad high - setting that clocks in at 1440p as opposed to 1080p. We won't know anything for sure until the new handset is revealed at Unpacked on February 12.

This is the first time were getting a more solid image of what the Galaxy S20 Ultra will look like.

As you would expect with a huge device, the S20 Ultra is listed with a 5,000mAh battery and it is expected to run on an Exynos 990 processor for our market.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite has made its way to India. We're waiting to see how this shakes out. While pricing and major hardware leaks around Samsung phones tend to be relatively accurate, they could turn out to be wrong. It's a reasonable assertion given Samsung's habit of setting round prices instead of equivalent ones. We saw a hint of this color when the full list of Samsung official cases leaked – numerous cases were listed as “Sky Blue”. But in the sake of giving some idea of price, we've included them anyway. Needless to say, Galaxy S20 Plus and S20 Plus 5G will come equipped with a bigger 6.7-inch display. On the back of each is the same glossy glass camera block with a 12MP main camera and larger 64MP zoom (but only 3x telephoto). It will be available in three colour options - Prism White, Prism Black and Prism Blue.

In other words, nothing terribly new for the two phones we've already seen, but additional support for early information is always a bit reassuring.

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