Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite could be headed to Europe in two color options

Samsung seems to become more and more open to deliver flagship models for more affordable prices. The Samsung Galaxy S10e was one example of this new tendency and now it seems that there will also be a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Rumors about the new handset, having model no. SM-N770F surfaced a couple of weeks ago, and now it is quasi-official that this will indeed be the Note 10 Lite. While this strategy is not unheard of, as many companies already deliver Lite models too, it is the first time that Samsung gives us a more affordable variant of its top-tier model.

According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite will become available in Europe in at least two color variants, red and black. Unfortunately, we have no other information regarding the handset, only that it will be more affordable than the Note 10 and naturally the Note 10+ also, and it will become available for purchase at some point in Europe. It’s not clear just how much more affordable it will be, and what features will be sacrificed in order to cover the price difference. Hopefully, Samsung will not deliver a handset with a lot less to offer for a slightly lower price.

It is possible that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite will be a tad smaller, or it will offer lower amounts of memory and storage. It’s hard to imagine that it won’t sport the same processor as the Note 10 and Note 10+, but in the end, that is also a possibility. Given the fact that rumors about the existence of the handset already surfaced, it’s safe to assume that details will start pouring in soon enough. Samsung is also currently working on the successor of the Galaxy Fold, and the S11 series devices are also in the works already. There will be no shortage of Samsung high-end devices on the market, that’s granted.

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