The Galaxy S10 Lite first leaked out in CAD-based renders earlier this month, but now we’re getting a look at the unannounced S10 Lite from a source that’s about as official as it gets: Samsung.
A user Manual for the Galaxy S10 Lite has leaked out. The document itself is in Portuguese, so much of it isn’t very useful unless you speak the language, but the manual shared by SamMobile does show the design of the Galaxy S10 Lite.
As expected, the Galaxy S10 Lite has a large, rectangular rear camera bump that houses three cams. Those are rumored to include a 48MP main sensor with tilt optical image stabilization (tOIS) that’ll allow the camera to be tilted a few degrees in either direction to compensate for movements in space. Also said to be in the S10 Lite is a 12MP ultra wide angle camera and a 5MP macro cam.
This Galaxy S10 Lite user manual also confirms that the phone has NFC and MST for Samsung Pay, a USB-C charging port, and both volume and power buttons on the right side of the phone. There’s a fingerprint sensor built into the display of the S10 Lite, and at the top of the screen is a hole-punch for the selfie camera.
Other rumored features of the Galaxy S10 Lite include a 6.7-inch 2400×1080 screen, Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a microSD card slot. It’s said that a 4500mAh battery will power the whole package.
Rumors have said that the Galaxy S10 Lite could be announced as soon as CES 2020, which runs from January 7th-10th.
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