It looks like Samsung isn’t happy with sales despite making three and two models of its Galaxy S and Note flagships this year. We had exclusively reported that Samsung is working on a more affordable Galaxy Note model with model number SM-N770F, and it has now been discovered that an SM-G770F is in the works as well. This is likely to be the Galaxy S10 Lite if our sources are correct about the SM-N770F being the Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
Our sources have also told us that the SM-G770F should have the same specs as the Galaxy A91, something that is corroborated by the folks over at DroidShout, who originally revealed the existence of the SM-G770F. As we reported earlier today, the Galaxy A91 specs include a Snapdragon 855, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage, 48MP main rear camera along with 12MP and 5MP ultra-wide and depth sensors, a 32MP front camera, 4,500 mAh battery with 45W charging, a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display, and Android 10.
If the two devices do end up sharing specs, then the Galaxy S10 Lite would be better than or equal to the Galaxy S10e in every aspect except the cameras. We have already seen 48MP rear and 32MP front cameras on mid-range Galaxies like the Galaxy A50s and Galaxy M30s, and they don’t come close to the quality of the cameras on Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series (or the S9 and Note 9 from last year). The S10 Lite would also trump the Galaxy S10, S10+ and the Note 10 in battery capacity and charging speed.
As usual, we don’t make any claims that all this information is 100% accurate. But, it does seem like Samsung’s next step in flooding the market with as many phones as possible will include lower-priced variants of its flagship smartphones. That makes sense for something like the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, which would have an S Pen to differentiate itself, but the Galaxy S10 Lite may not be so logical, especially if it ends up being practically the same phone as the Galaxy A91.