In addition, to the already released Note 10 and Note 10+, there is a rumor that Samsung will launch the third Note 10 models, which are said to be more entry-level Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Earlier this week, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certified the stylus of the new phone, indicating that it is equipped with the Bluetooth-enabled S Pen stylus like the other two Note 10 series smartphones.
This morning, GSMArena also revealed the Geekbench benchmark results of the device code-named SM-N770F. Archive information indicates that this suspected Note 10 Lite device uses the same Exynos 9810 SoC (octa-core @ 1.79GHz) as the Note 9 last year, supplemented with 6GB of RAM, and pre-installed the Android 10 operating system. Note 10 Lite is expected to launch in February 2020. In addition, Samsung also has a rumored Galaxy S10 Lite, but no relevant information is currently available.
Following the company’s release pace, it is expected to announce the latest Galaxy S11 series product line during the Mobile World Congress Barcelona (MWC 2019) next February.