After much hype and anticipation, Samsung today launched its latest premium smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite in India. The first sale will go live on 3 February, 2020 and will be available across platforms ranging from online to offline stores and Samsung.com.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite is a watered-down version of the earlier released Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and houses a number of features.
Most importantly, it comes with an enhanced S-Pen with Text Export feature via which, you can jot down your thoughts and simply tap to turn your project notes into readable text that you can copy, paste, and share. Moreover, it also comes with Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) support and Air Command and comprises features such as a remote shutter option that will enable users to click a photo remotely. The shutter option on the pen can also play or pause music, or scroll through photos without actually touching the screen.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite price and availability in India:
Samsung, during its event announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite is available in two variants. The 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage is priced at ₹38,999 and the 8GB RAM variant with 128GB internal storage will cost ₹40,999.
There is also an upgrade offer of up to ₹5,000, consumers can buy the Galaxy Note10 Lite for an effective price ₹33,999.
Pre-booking of Galaxy Note10 Lite starts from today at 2:00 PM. Furthermore, it will go on sale from 3 February and will be available across major retail stores, online stores and Samsung.com.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite specifications:
The Galaxy Note10 Lite smartphone builds on the legacy of the Galaxy Note series, bringing premium features such as the latest camera technology, S Pen, immersive display and a long-lasting battery.
The Galaxy Note10 Lite comes with a 6.7-inch and Infinity-O display with a 20:9 aspect ratio. Running on Android 10 OS, the device is powered by a 4500 mAh non-removable battery with super-fast charging.
As mentioned above, the smartphone comes with 6GB/8GB variants bundled with 128GB internal storage each, which can be expandable up to 1 TB.
For the cameras, the device packs a 12MP rear primary camera, a secondary 12MP camera and a third 12MP sensor and comes with features such as Live Focus and Super Steady. For the selfie, the the smartphone houses a 32MP camera on the front.
Junking the latest no-jack formula of its rival companies such as Apple, OnePlus smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite does come with a 3.5mm audio jack, for those who still like it.
Keeping in mind the ongoing issue of security and privacy of data, Samsung has stressed immensely on providing high-level security options to users so that they do not have to worry about data privacy breach of any sorts. Terming it as 'Defense Grade Security', Samsung is focussed on providing multi-layered security platform that not only detects tampering, but also protects your data.
With the launch of Galaxy Note10 Lite, Samsung is eyeing for a formidable line-up of premium smartphones in the country this year.