A user manual of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite has been found in the Portuguese language. It reveals information about some of the design aspects of the device. There is a schematic diagram that names the different parts and functions on the phone’s front and rear. This is an official user manual and hence there is no need to guess whether this is right or wrong.
The Obvious Inferences
The sketches and the markings in Portuguese confirm that the display has a punch-hole in the center, on top of the screen, to house the selfie camera. The volume rocker and power on-off buttons are placed on the phone’s left side. The provision for the USB-type C connector is at the bottom. There is the under-display fingerprint sensor as well, as indicated in the diagram appearing in the user manual.
The rear panel has the three cameras placed one below the other in a vertical line, with the flash seated on their side. You cannot miss the antenna provisions for NFC and MST. Samsung will enable Samsung Pay on this mobile.
Some Known Specifications
As mentioned, there are many rumors about what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite. The display size would be close to that of a tablet, at 6.7-inches and it would be full HD+. The processor is indicated to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855SoC. The RAM support will be 8 GB and the internal storage will be 128 GB.
The configuration of the triple camera is said to have a 48MP primary shooter along with a 12MP ultra-wide sensor and a 5MP macro lens. The battery fitted on this device will be 4,500 mAh.
There are enough hints that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will be launched in the European market first. Possibly, the user manual in Portuguese itself is a giveaway. The information on the pricing also is in Euros, likely to be €679.
It has been confirmed earlier that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite will both be showcased by Samsung at the CES2020 to be held at Las Vegas in the first week of the New Year. Their physical availability in the market should follow that.
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