Samsung’s Galaxy series has long been a shining example of what high-end Android handsets can achieve. Samsung debuted the Galaxy Note 10 Lite in Nepal exclusively through Daraz in an attempt to compete with semi-flagship phones like the Oneplus 7T and Redmi K20 Pro. It is now, however, accessible for purchase at Nepal’s offline retail establishments, though at a higher price.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 Overview
Display and Design
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite flaunts a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and a Full HD+ resolution. The phone carved a punch-hole cutout in the front of the Note10 that is centrally aligned. The phone boasts a 20:9 aspect ratio and HDR capability thanks to the large display. The Infinity-O Display has a fingerprint display sensor mounted under the screen.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite is a phone from the Note series that supports the SPen stylus and includes Bluetooth, accelerometer, and gyroscope sensors. This S Pen isn’t as advanced as the one on the Note 10, but it does come with the same S Pen as the one on the Note 9. The display is Full HD+ rather than QHD, and some of the optional S Pen movements such as zooming in and out on the camera remotely aren’t present, as well as no off-screen memo functionality, but these aren’t deal-breakers for most users.
Performance and Memory
The specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite are excellent. It is powered by a 10nm Samsung Exynos 9810 CPU, which is similar to the one found in the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The smartphone comes in two versions: 6GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage. We should expect good overall performance from the handset with these characteristics.
The phone is equipped with a Mali-G72 MP18 GPU for graphics. Additionally, a microSD card can be used to enhance the internal storage up to 1TB. On the software front, it runs Android 10 and is topped with Samsung’s One UI 2.0.
The camera on this phone is the most stunning feature. The triple-lens rear camera appears to be similar to that of the Galaxy Note 10 and the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. The main lens is a 12MP wide-angle lens with an f/2.2 aperture, similar to the Note 10. There is a fixed aperture lens this time, and the aperture does not shift as it did with the Note 10. The secondary 12MP telephoto camera has the same resolution as the Note 10, while the ultra-wide camera is also 12MP rather than the Note 10’s 16MP. For selfies, there’s a 32MP front-facing camera. The quality appears to be considerably greater when measured in megapixels.
Battery and Extras
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite offers a fast and smooth in-display fingerprint scanner. Samsung has used the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor seen on Samsung’s flagship phones in this device. This device’s battery is also quite large, with a capacity of 4,500mAh and the capability for 25W rapid charging through USB Type-C. The phone will come with an S-Pen that supports Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). It will also have NFC and dual-band Wi-Fi capabilities.
In terms of 4G LTE connectivity, the phone supports both Nepal’s band 3 and band 20 spectrum. All telecom operators use Band 3, while Nepal Telecom is the only one using Band 20 right now.
Redmi 9T Price in Nepal and Availability
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite is now available for purchase both online and in shops through Daraz. The phone was first released at a relatively cheap price of Rs 60,000 for the 8 GB variant, which was in line with expectations that the phone would be priced below Rs 65,000. However, the phone now costs Rs 58,999. Although the Galaxy Note 10 Lite comes in three colors, only the Aura Glow and Aura Black models will be offered in the United States.
The Note10 Lite intends to compete with smartphones such as the OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7T, Nubia Red Magic, Huawei Nova 5T, and others with its price and specifications.
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