Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is happening, at least according to most reliable sources, and it is also speculated to be riding in on the Snapdragon 855 SoC. Naturally, many other speculations about the model sprung up in the dragon’s flight, but all Samsung has really confirmed is that they are working on a new variation of Galaxy S10, while the world automatically assumed it is going to be the Lite version, or at least everyone is expressing their hopes loudly…
Samsung is indeed developing a Galaxy S10 variation as an affordable version, as it was confirmed by the manufacturer. The device’s designation and other specifications, however, are unknown. People are hoping it will be next in line after Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite, and in a storm of rumors and hopes, several things seem to emerge as a unifying factor.
Firstly, most rumors seem to agree the upcoming device will fly in on the wings of the powerful Snapdragon 855 SoC, or at least we would very much wish so. To make an affordable Smartphone with such a powerful chipset would be a dream. Secondly, it is expected that the device will have 45W fast charging, 8GB of RAM, and a figure of 128GB seems to be on everyone’s mind when it comes to storage space. The enthusiasts are also wishing for a 48MP cam, probably with 12MP ultra-wide and a 5MP depth sensor. Also, the fans are hoping for at least a 32MP selfie cam and a 4,500mAh solid battery.
Nothing much, we seem to just hope they will make a Flagship mobile phone that is equally good as competitors but comes at half the price. Would be perfect, everybody agrees. Mobile tech aficionados also wish for a 6.7inch screen, full HD+ as well as Infinity-U display. Thus far, Samsung has not responded to any of the rumors, but people are really eager for some of these features. Overall, it seems what everybody is saying is “Please make Flagship Smartphones a little bit cheaper.”