Our Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite video review is out

Michail, 14 February 2020

For the first time in a long while, Samsung brought a budget version of its heavy-hitting Galaxy Note. As is to be expected, corners had to be cut in order to bring the pricing down but the Galaxy Note10 Lite definitely has a lot going for it like a gorgeous AMOLED screen with slim bezels, a potent triple camera setup and, of course, the S Pen. The phone has been residing in our office for a while now and we are all set up with our full video review.

Starting off with the build, Samsung ditched the glass back construction of its flagship line and replaced it with a plastic enclosure. The missing wireless charging and lack of any IP rating combined with the single bottom-firing speakers are other notable omissions. On the upside, you still get a great 6.7-inch AMOLED display with minimal bezels.

Our Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite video review is out

The three 12MP cameras on the back of the Note10 Lite produce virtually identical shots to those on its flagship brethren and the S Pen offers the same core functionality. While recycled from 2018, the Exynos 9810 chipset is no slouch and performance is solid. Overall the Note10 Lite fills an interesting void in the market and is somewhat of a unicorn with its S Pen stylus in the upper midrange category.

If you want to know more about the Note10 Lite's other aspects, you can always drop by our full written review which offers a more in-depth breakdown.


Reader comments

  • Anonymous

The 17th of February?

  • AnonD-914486

Absolutely right dude - they ruined the conseption for this phone by putting this old sh*t... Even with SD 835 or SD 730 you can play better PUBG and COD Mobile...

  • I'mPhone

The Exynos 9810 is actually a slouch, lol. Wastes battery consumption too much, throttles too easily, and cannot give sustained performance in games. For example, PUBG Mobile won't even run properly at either smooth graphics, extreme framerate (6...