Renders of the Galaxy Note10 Lite reveal a flat display

Ricky, 17 December 2019

Samsung’s latest leak involved an unreleased Galaxy Note10 Lite model. The latest spread of leaks is a collection of renders depicting the anticipated Lite variant in a few color finished next to their S Pens. We’d previously seen the Note10 Lite leak in some dark OnLeaks renders and next to a supposed S10 Lite on another occasion.

The first thing we notice from the leaks it that the new Note will have a flat display. Of course, the last Note device to come with a flat display was the Galaxy Note5. There’s a punch-hole selfie camera at the center of the top of the phone, just like its more expensive Note10 siblings.

The rear of the device features design language that we are expecting to see on the Samsung Galaxy S11, like the off-center rectangular camera setup. In the case of the Note10 Lite, it will feature triple cameras. The other difference is the placement of the physical keys. The Note10 awkwardly moved the power key to the left side of the phone, so we like that the Note10 Lite appears to have all its keys on the right side. This could mean the S Pen slot will be on the left side of the phone.

Samsung’s Note smartphones have always been top-of-the-line products, which is why its exciting to see the Note series break into a lower price bracket. We are also expecting a Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite to arrive, perhaps alongside this one.

The Note10 Lite’s S Pen is expected to feature Bluetooth 5.1, and rumored to come at a price of €610. There is still no solid timeline for either Lite model, though a previous leak pointed to a release date of December 27.



Reader comments

Bout time. I'm not happy with curved displays as they have no purpose in life. Flat screen would be easier the write on too

  • S Yu
  • 19 Dec 2019
  • gnh

>They is big difference between the s9 and 10 soc And Note10 Lite should come with S9's SoC, that's the case here, otherwise I would be considering this device.

For once, you do have a point. It always been the nature of Android.

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