Introducing the Samsung S10 Lite and Note10 Lite – reducing specifications, an excuse to expand the family

Introducing the Samsung S10 Lite and Note10 Lite – reducing specifications, an excuse to expand the family

Introducing the Samsung S10 Lite and Note10 Lite – reducing specifications, an excuse to expand the family

News unit S and Note series phones Samsung has always been a symbol of the main flagships of this company. and the highest facilities available in the mobile world have crystallized in these two series. The S series and then the Note series this year with the presence of more advanced Plus models faced a higher variety and number and brought more users with them. In the meantime, since a couple of months ago, there have been whispers about the presentation of two new models with the Lite extension. In these collections, it was mentioned that they have a lower price with facilities close to the flagships; These whispers finally came true and Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10 Lite were announced on Friday, January 3, 2020 (13 January 2018).

DJ Koh, President and CEO of the IT and Mobile Communications Department of Samsung Electronics, while appreciating the company’s Galaxy S and Note series devices in order to meet the needs of users around the world and remember them “The Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note10 Lite introduce key advanced features that build on the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note experiences,” he added, symbolizing Samsung’s continued pursuit of industry-leading mobile innovation.

S10 and Note10 Lite, despite the fact that they belong to the category of Samsung flagships, at least in terms of naming, but this belonging is different than ever with the presence of the extension Lite, and from the very beginning, hidden and obvious changes should be made to reduce the price as much as possible. Finished, waited. The features and capabilities of these two models in some important cases, such as the type, size and technology of the screen, along with the combination of memory and battery capacity, are not particularly different from each other, and the main difference between them, except for the presence of the pen in Note10 Lite, should be in the type of processor and of course the combination of cameras. Back section searched. Considering the similarity of these two models, instead of examining them as two separate products, it is better to examine the hardware parts of the two phones and learn about their differences in each part.

Body design

The first striking point in the design of these two phones is the punchy selfie camera located in the center of the upper part of the screen, which Samsung mentioned it as Infinity-O and previously it was used in various models of the Note10 and new mid-range phones Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 was also repeated. The body material of these two models is not mentioned on their introduction page on Samsung’s website, but from the pictures, we can suggest the possibility of the glossy part of the back of the phones being made of glass. On the back of both phones, three cameras are used on the left side, which, in addition to the difference in type, also use a different design, which includes a rectangular set with three cameras below each other in Galaxy S10 Lite and a square box with L-shaped cameras in Note10 Lite will be

Galaxy Note 10 Lite is apparently equipped with a 3.5 mm headset jack, which is missing from the S10 Lite. This point becomes interesting when you know that all members of the four Galaxy Note10 lacks a headset jack and all three members Galaxy S10 use this communication port!

Dimensions and size

Due to the same screen size, we expect to see close and similar dimensions and weight from these two models; Meanwhile, of course, the presence of the pen in Note 10 Lite and some changes in the display panel of this model have created differences. Galaxy S10 Lite uses the dimensions of 8.1 x 75.6 x 162.5 mm, and these figures in Note 10 Lite are slightly increased in all three cases and reach 8.7 x 76.1 x 163.7 mm. In terms of weight, the difference between these two phones continues, where the weight of 186 grams of S10 Lite reaches 199 grams in Note10 Lite. Both of these phones, of course, still do not look so big and heavy considering their screen size and battery capacity, and for comparison, it is enough to put them next to a Galaxy A90 5G with a screen and battery of the same size, which is larger in length and width of the phone and its weight of 206 grams is more than both of these models.


The screen of both phones has dimensions of 6.7 inches with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels (or Full HD Plus in a ratio of 20:9), which is much larger than its flagship counterparts, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10. they do. Of course, unlike the recent members of these two series, the technology of making these two screens is not of the Dynamic AMOLED type, and the Note 10 Lite is of the Super AMOLED type and the S10 Lite is of the Super AMOLED Plus type. The interesting point in this, that Samsung apparently from 9 years ago and since the unveiling Galaxy S II, did not use the plus extension in front of its screen manufacturing technology, and its return in S10 Lite seems strange. .

The fingerprint sensor of both phones is located inside the screen, and while the manufacturing company did not mention the technology of making these sensors, the possibility of using advanced ultrasonic technology in them seems very small.

main and selfie cameras

The prominent differences between these two models appear in the main cameras on the back; Where, despite the fact that both come with three cameras, these cameras (at least in the case of the main cameras) are not similar to the recent members of the Note and S, nor are there many similarities between them; Galaxy S10 Lite uses a 48-megapixel main camera, which is equipped with a new feature called Super Steady OIS to reduce vibrations as much as possible, and above and below it, respectively, a 5-megapixel macro camera with f/2.4 and a 12-megapixel camera. Ultrawide megapixels are seen with f/2.2. Among these three cameras, apparently, the main camera is the only one equipped with auto focus, which is not a very positive thing for an S series phone. After all, the f/2.0 aperture of this camera lens also creates difficult conditions to ensure its high quality, because the previous members of this class from S10 to S7, S8,S9 and even S6 (introduced in 2015) also has a wider aperture than

The situation in Note10 Lite looks completely different; In this phone, three cameras with the same resolution of 12 megapixels are used, each of which has a separate task; The main 12-megapixel camera is equipped with Dual Pixel focus, OIS stabilization and an aperture of f/1.7, which in this respect offers much better conditions (at least on paper) than the S10 Lite. The second 12-megapixel camera is a telephoto model with f/2.4, which, like the main camera, is once again equipped with OIS and autofocus, and in this respect it looks similar to the 12-megapixel telephoto camera on the Galaxy S10. The third camera of this phone is a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera with f/2.2 and no autofocus, which is apparently no different from the S10 Lite’s ultrawide camera.

The selfie camera in both models is 32 megapixels with f/2.2, which is located in the punchy notch above the screen. Removing automatic focus from the selfie camera of both of these models, while since a few years ago and from S8 and Note8 onwards, this feature is considered one of the default and important features of this series of phones, it seems like another option to reduce costs. In addition to its main function, this camera is also used for face recognition.

Processing chipset

Another important difference between these two models should be found in their processing section; Where in S10 Lite, there is talk of an unknown 7nm 8-core processor whose processing cores are placed in three groups with maximum frequencies of 2.8, 2.4 and 1.7 GHz respectively. This processor is more than the latest 7 nm processing solutions Samsung That is Exynos 9825 and Snapdragon 855 is close and therefore with a high percentage of confidence it can be similar to the Qualcomm version Considered Galaxy S10. This model has 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of expandable internal memory.

In Note 10 Lite, we come across a completely different processor, this time made with 10 nm lithography and uses 4 cores of 2.7 GHz and 4 cores of 1.7 GHz. This processor is probably the same Exynos 9810 two years ago, which was published in Note9 and S9 was present. This phone is also equipped with 6 or 8 GB of RAM and its internal memory of 128 GB provides the ability to upgrade.

S Pen

Galaxy Note 10 Lite, as can be expected from a Note series phone, is presented with an S-Pen, which, like the recent models of this family, has Bluetooth low-energy or LE technology, and thus it is possible to take photos through it. There is access to video playback options and presentation control. The Air Command feature, writing quick notes in the Samsung Notes application, and converting handwriting to typed text are other notable features for this pen, all of which were previously present in other recent members of the Note series.


The battery capacity of both of these models is 4,500mAh, which is a very good figure for this category and even compared to Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy Note10+ also offer more capacity. Both models apparently support 25W fast charging.

Color, price, time in the market

Galaxy S10 Lite in blue, black and white and Galaxy Note10 Lite is available in black, red and what is called Aura Glow (white/blue color combination) and both apparently They use Android 10 operating system and One UI 2 user interface. Samsung has mentioned the upcoming display of these two phones at the CES 2020 exhibition, which will be held from January 7 to 10 (December 17 to 20, 2018) in Las Vegas, USA. The price of these models has not been officially announced by the manufacturer, but some sources have mentioned the basic prices of 669 and 599 euros for S10 Lite and Note10 Lite, respectively.

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