Samsung is planning to release its light version of the flagship model
and the company is doing it with the upcoming Galaxy S10. But the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 will be the first that will really offer a comparative level of performance at a lower cost.
Now, a new report of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy 10 has revealed some extra details of the device. Ben Geskin, a concept render designer who has been well-known to leak details about upcoming Samsung devices, claims Samsung might launch a “Mini” or “Lite” version of the Galaxy S10. Keep on the paths of both Galaxy S10and Galaxy S10 Plus, Samsung’s lower-range version is seems to arrive with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 Chipset on the inside. This processor will be paired with either 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM.
Both the configurations will ship with 64 GB of onboard storage. However, buyers who are willing to add a little extra cash should be able to purchase a 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage variant as well.
Talking about the other features, the Galaxy S10 Lite is now anticipated to come with a flat Infinity-O-display. This will be combined with the metal frame that includes a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and a dual-camera setup on the rear, that may be placed horizontally.
Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy S10 Lite budget smartphone in late February at 2019 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain alongside the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. Sales of the smartphone will likely to start in March alongside the rest of the line-up. At last, it is reported that the device will cost somewhere between $650 and $750 (approx. Rs 46,803 to Rs 54,003). In contrast, Apple iPhone XR retails at $749 (approx. Rs 53,939) for the base variant.
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