The new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite’s two renders leaked online showing a few notable changes to its structure and specifications. The leak comes from 91mobiles, in collaboration with @OnLeaks tipster. The source points out that in some markets, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite can be called the Galaxy A81.
First of all, its design appears very similar to that of the S10 Lite, including the Punch-hole front camera and a square camera bump. The Galaxy A81 will have a 64MP main camera, an ultra-wide 16MP camera and a “2x or 5x” telephoto lens, plus a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor based on a leaked roadmap. Nevertheless, it is not clear how accurate this data is. The bezels are going to be quite thin, even though you can’t see that in the images presented. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite will be almost sure to be fitted with an In-Display fingerprint scanner instead. Because the fingerprint sensor is not available on the back.
In addition, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a Type-C USB port, Loudspeaker, and an S Pen dock will be at the bottom of the phone. 91Mobiles reports that at an event later this month the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite will be both revealed, so we should not have to wait too long until Samsung officials it.