Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 Lite, alongside the Note 10 Lite and A71 at the CES 2020 event in January, with the Galaxy S10 Lite available since February. This mid-range smartphone goes on sale in the U.S in its unlocked form today, with Samsung’s online store, Amazon, and Best Buy as the main retailers.
The phone is available in Prism Black, with Samsung offering up to $250 off the price of this device on trade-ins. Reports also suggest that Amazon will offer a free pair of Galaxy Buds, with Best Buy giving a $200 discount with a qualified activation on a wireless service plan.
The Galaxy S10 Lite comes with a huge 6.7-inch, 1080×2400 AMOLED touchscreen, with a Snapdragon 855 chipset, 128/512GB of inbuilt storage, 6/8GB of RAM, a triple rear camera setup with a 48MP main camera, a 32MP selfie camera embedded in the screen hole-punch and a 4,500mAh battery which supports fast charging at 45W.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite runs an Android 10 with One UI 2.1 and is expected to work with US carriers like AT&T, Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless, Freedom Pop, Google Project Fi, H2O Wireless, Sprint, Lycamobile, T-mobile, US Cellular and Verizon Wireless.
This smartphone has already received a number of updates giving it camera enhancements like Single Take, Pro Video and Night Hyperlapse.
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