Samsung rolled out three flagship models under the moniker Galaxy S10 series while two joined the Note10 series but that doesn’t seem to satisfy the South Korean giant. Apparently, a fourth Galaxy S10 series smartphone is in the making and it will be called Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite bearing model number SM-G770F.
SamMobile was among the first ones to reveal about the upcoming Galaxy S10 Lite and has since updated a post with the Geekbench score of a so-called Samsung SM-G770F which is Galaxy S10 Lite. The Geekbench scores and a few of its specs are revealed although take it with a pinch of salt. Apparently, Galaxy S10 Lite scores 742 points on Single-Core and 2604 points on Multi-Core tests.
According to the listing, the device is running on Android 10 which could be true since Samsung has already rolled out Android 10-based OneUI 2 Beta on its Galaxy S10. Apart from that, the device has a “msmnile” motherboard which is a codename used for Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 which was since across all Galaxy S10 devices so that isn’t surprising either. The processor has 8-cores with a base frequency of 1.78 GHz and finally, an 8GB of RAM is supplied to the device which is even more than what the affordable Galaxy S10e currently has in its base model i.e. 6GB.
SamMobile pointed out that the device will have specifications of Galaxy A91. If that turns out to be true, Galaxy S10 Lite will have a much broader specs sheet with a 6.7-inch FHD+ display with a 32MP front and triple camera setup at the back with 48MP primary camera. Note that it is possible that the Lite variant might not perform as eloquently as Galaxy S10/S10+ in terms of the camera since it will have a different camera setup at the back.
Apart from that, Galaxy S10 Lite will get a beefed up 4,500mAh battery and will be powered by a 45W fast-charging speed which is something even Galaxy S10 doesn’t support as it maxes it 25W. We don’t know the release date or pricing as of now but it turns out it is much easier for leaks and rumors to pop in when it comes to Samsung smartphone that you can pretty much know everything even before the phone launches.