A Note 10 Lite is included in the rumor mill
Aside from reports of a new line of Galaxy A series for 2020, Samsung is reportedly working on three “lite” flagships as well. According to exclusive reports from SamMobile, the three upcoming phones are the Galaxy A91, Galaxy S10 Lite, and Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
The Galaxy A91 is part of Samsung’s Galaxy A portfolio for 2020, though reports indicate that it might launch by the end of this year. Carrying the model name SM-A915F, the Galaxy A91 will have similar specs with the Galaxy A90: Snapdragon 855, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, and 4500mAh battery. While it will not have 5G connectivity, the Galaxy A91 will have a better 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, 45w fast wired charging, and possibly Android 10 out of the box.
Next up is the Galaxy S10 Lite. Carrying model name SM-G770F, the Galaxy S10 Lite is rumored to carry the same specs as the A91 and will have better charging speeds and bigger battery capacity compared to the Galaxy S10, S10+ and the Note 10.
Lastly, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is said to be Samsung’s plan of bringing the S-Pen feature to a wider market. While details are scant (save for its model name: SM-N770F), this will be Samsung’s first time in a while to launch an affordable Galaxy Note phone—the last one being the Galaxy Note 3 Neo back in 2014.