Galaxy Note 10 Lite benchmark reveals Exynos 9810, 6GB of RAM
At long last, we are finally getting to see some of the specs the Galaxy Note 10 Lite could offer. The cheaper Galaxy Note 10 variant (SM-N770F) has surfaced on the Geekbench benchmark database, sporting the Exynos 9810 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and Android 10. Earlier this week, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite’s Bluetooth-enabled S Pen was certified by the FCC, and the device is rumored to be launching sometime in December, at least in India.
Galaxy Note 10 Lite could be less powerful than the Galaxy S10 Lite
The Exynos 9810 and 6GB of RAM make the Galaxy Note 10 Lite less powerful than the Galaxy S10 Lite, which is also expected to launch soon and has a Snapdragon 855 and 8GB of RAM under the hood. The Note 10 Lite’s name and specs make it seem like it could have the design of the Galaxy Note 10 and the specs of the Galaxy Note 9. That would certainly not be a bad combination if the price is right, and the S Pen will no doubt be the main attraction.
All we can do is speculate, however, as Samsung has been doing a pretty good job of keeping the Galaxy Note 10 Lite under wraps. It was nearly two months ago that we revealed the existence of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, but it’s only now that the device is starting to make public appearances. More details should surface soon, and you can rest assured we will let you know as soon as we learn something new.