announced two new Lite models to expand its family of high-end smartphones, with the
Galaxy S10 Lite and the
Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Both devices have a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen (2400 x 1080 pixels) without side bends, with a 32-megapixel front camera in a hole in the center of the upper edge. Both computers also have a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9810 chip, 6 or 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of internal storage and a
4500 mAh battery.
In what they differ is in the presence of the pencil (in the case of Note10 Lite) and in the rear cameras: the Galaxy S10 Lite has a
48 megapixel sensor with a new system of optical stabilization and aperture f / 2.0, a wide-angle camera of 12 megapixels and a macro camera of 5 megapixels (
similar to that of the Moto One Macro). The use of
a 48 megapixel sensor is already standard among other companies, which use it to generate 12 megapixel photos using oversampling to achieve more sensitivity in low light.
The Note10 Lite, meanwhile, has a 12 megapixel sensor and f / 1.7 aperture, a 12 megapixel zoom and another 12 megapixel wide angle camera, a traditional configuration for the company. According to Samsung, the wide-angle camera has 123 degrees of openness, more than the traditional 117 degrees (that of the S10 also has 123 degrees of aperture).
The company will reveal prices and availability date next week at the CES show in Las Vegas.
Galaxy S10 Lite and Note10 Lite: this is how Samsung's new smartphones are – LA NACION