Here’s one way to cheer you up at the end of Januworry: Samsung just launched the Note 10 Lite in South Africa. The teared-down version of the flagship Galaxy Note 10 still packs a punch for just R13,000.
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is powered by an Exynos 9810 (that’s in the Note 8) and 6GB of RAM. The Super AMOLED display is still gigantic and beautiful, sizing in at 6.7in edge-to-edge — it’s still got the single centred pinhole camera.
What about the camera setup? We know that’s what you wanna know about. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite has a decent set around the back. It’s basically the triple camera setup that we have seen on recent Galaxy S and Note flagships, except the primary rear camera. The primary sensor is 12MP, while the others are a 16MP ultra-wide sensor and a 12MP telephoto sensor.
It’s also backed up by a massive 4,500mAh battery cell, and will have Samsung Pay as a digital banking feature if you’re into that kinda stuff.
Other than that, it’s basically a standard Galaxy Note 10 that cut out carbs and lost some weight. So get yourself a sleeker, slimmer Galaxy Note 10 Lite for a fraction of its big brother’s cost. It’ll be available from retailers from the beginning of February and will ship with Android 10.