Also, Samsung Galaxy S11e as a more affordable device is also a possiblity.
The leaks originate from a reputed leaker Ishan Agarwal who posted the leaks on Twitter. For now, the updates are available only in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 smartphones in South Korea. The other being the affordable variant of the Note lineup with the model number SM-N770F. A new report claims Samsung has settled on a name and it will be the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. The Note 10 Lite could draw comparisons to similar models, but if its specs match up more closely to the originals, it could be better equipped to compete.
While very little is known about this model for the time being, it's expected to hit the market by the time the Galaxy S11 receives the go-ahead as well, which according to the typical release schedule, should go live in February. You can either get the S10 Lite or the Galaxy A91 depending on what part of the world you live in. The Note 10 is already seen as a heavy cutdown version of the Note 10 Plus. The Galaxy Note Neo series was discontinued by Samsung after the Note 3 Neo, but it seems like Samsung is reviving the affordable Note lineup.
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Going back to the Galaxy Note 10 Lite for a moment, SamMobile says that the phone is headed to Europe in at least two color options (red and black), but was unable to confirm what Samsung would remove in order to bring the price down without "diluting" the Note brand.
No rumors as yet have mentioned the specs though, beyond apparently 128GB of storage, and it's those and the price that could make or break this S Pen-toting handset.