Samsung launched the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e in March, and now it is said to be working on another Galaxy S10-series phone called the Galaxy S10 Lite. The Galaxy S10 Lite was recently spotted on benchmark website Geekbench revealing a few hardware specs and now the phone in question has been listed on Brazil's Anatel certification website revealing yet another key spec. The Galaxy S10 Lite, as per the listing, will pack a sizeable 4,370mAh battery – which is biggest we’ve seen in a Galaxy S10 phone.
To recap, while the Galaxy S10+ comes with a 4,100mAh battery, the Galaxy S10e has a 3,100mAh battery. The Galaxy S10 meanwhile comes with a 3,400mAh battery. The Galaxy S10 Lite is also rumoured to support 45W fast charging like the Galaxy Note 10. The current Galaxy S10-series phones all support 15W fast charging – so 45W fast charging should be a headlining feature of the Galaxy S10 Lite.
Rumoured hardware specs of the Galaxy S10 Lite include a 6.7-inch 1080p+ Super AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor paired with up to 8GB RAM and Android 10 software, triple rear cameras consisting of a 48MP+12MP+5MP setup, and a 32MP front camera. Further details are awaited. Since Samsung is yet to confirm any of this officially, we suggest you take this piece of information with a pinch of salt.
The Galaxy S10e is the most affordable – and smallest – phone in the Galaxy S10 lineup. The Galaxy S10e packs the same design and core hardware as its bigger, more expensive siblings – but at a relatively more affordable price. But being an affordable option means, the Galaxy S10E also cuts some corners. It has a smaller 5.8-inch screen with a flatter bezel, lower 1080p+ resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The Galaxy S10E also has a conventional fingerprint scanner mounted on the power button on the right. It has dual rear cameras consisting of one 12MP wide (77-degree field of view) sensor with f/1.5 aperture and OIS, and a secondary 16MP ultra-wide (123-degree field of view) sensor with f/2.2 aperture and fixed focus.