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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite's internals leaks

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 Lite already made it's appearance in a couple of leaked renders that has been making rounds on the internet for a while, where on last Wednesday we showed you the latest set of renders revealing the overall design, from both it's front and back, the possible color options as well as the S-Pen for the forthcoming purported smartphone from the Galaxy Note 10 lineup of devices. Unfortunately we didn't get our hands on the devices detailed internal specification listing, but that is too history now as we have the phone's internal specs leak courtesy of our sources.

The phone is said to be the Galaxy Note 9 wearing the all new Galaxy Note 10 Lite's attire. The device is anticipated is ship with powerful internals that will include the manufacturer's own Exynos 9810 chipset that originally made it's debut on the vanilla Galaxy Note 9 last year. The phone is also expected to pack a more flat kind of display from the front, unlike the existing Galaxy Note 10 smartphones, following the company's Infinity-O pattern with a 6.7" Full High Definition Plus AMOLED screen of 2400 x 1080 resolution display, likely housing the 32MP secondary front facing snapper in a previously seen single punch hole fashion positioned to the top center. The display also ships with an integrated on-screen fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication. The phone is said to arrive with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage space that can be further expanded via a microSD card slot up to 512 gigabytes.

Now from the back we will see a square shaped triple camera arrangement that possibly features a some interesting details on board. There should be a 48MP main lens, but as we read, the South Koreans have decided to pack a high quality 12MP sensor with an aperture of f/1.7, supporting dual-pixel autofocus technology for capturing images, alongside another 12MP lens for ultra wide angle shots with f/2.2 aperture and lastly a 5MP depth sensor. The rumors also suggest that Samsung has decided to introduce their flagship models with the periscope style telephoto lens in 2020, where we already heard about it for the upcoming Galaxy S11 series, skipping them on lighter versions like the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. The power is said to come from a 4500mAh battery under the hood, offering 25W worth fast charging tech, but without wireless charging capabilities. The handset is also expected to come with 3.5mm audio jack, attributing 4G LTE connections, S-Pen detailing and will run Android's version 10 with toppings of Samsung's newest One UI 2.0.