At CES 2020, Korean tech giant Samsung joined the group of manufacturers unveiling phones with the official announcement of 3 new phones in its 2020 portfolio, namely Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy Note 10 Lite, and Galaxy A71.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
The Galaxy S10 Lite’s entry into the market is coming almost 11 months after the release of the Galaxy S10. It features a massive 6.7” sAMOLED+ display – exactly the same size as the S10 5G. The S10 Lite also packs up to 1TB of expandable storage.
There is a triple rear camera setup – an impressive array of 48MP wide-angle, 12MP ultra-wide angle, as well as 5MP macro lenses. The front camera has a 32MP lens, a powerful upgrade over the S10’s 10MP.
In terms of processing power though, the S10 Lite is equipped with the same Snapdragon 855 chipset in other models in the Galaxy S10 range. It carries a €649 price tag.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
Apart from the Galaxy S10 Lite, Samsung also unveiled the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, touted as a budget version of the Note 10.
The new device is the cheapest Samsung smartphone featuring a stylus at the moment. Thus, it is a perfect option for you if you are looking to buy the business-centric type of Galaxy Note handsets at an affordable price.
At the rear, it has a triple 12MP rear cam with an ultra-wide angle, wide-angle, and telephoto lens, very close to the specs you would see in the Note10, except for the 16MP ultra-wide angle lens.
The Galaxy Note10 Lite will go on sale for €599 at the end of Q1 2020.
Samsung Galaxy A71
The Galaxy A71 is one of the most high-tech mid-range phones around today. It has a massive 6.7” screen and four rear cameras that include a 64MP primary shooter. It has a beefy battery capacity of 4,500mAh.
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