The Samsung Note lineup is a category that’s reserved for those who want the best of the best from Samsung. The latest iteration aims to open this reservation to more people. I’m not talking about the Note 10 but rather the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
Despite sharing a name with a phone that can be described as the crème de la crème of what big sam has to offer, the Note 10 Lite is not at the top of the specifications food chain and this is not a bad thing – at least for the price cautious.
See, traditionally the greatness of the Note series has been felt by those who could afford the massive price tag that comes attached to that phone. With the Note 10 Lite, Samsung is aiming to open up the club to more people who don’t wish to splash all their wealth on a phone.
So, what do you get with a Note 10 Lite:
- An S-pen otherwise it wouldn’t be a Note device
- 6.7-inch 1080p AMOLED display with a punchole 32MP selfie camera
- Android 10 out of the box
- Triple 12MP camera setup
- 4500mAh battery
- 6GB RAM + 128GB internal storage
As you can probably tell, there must be more differences between the regular Note 10 and this Lite version. The most noticeable one on the back, which features a different shaped camera module. On top of that, the Note 10 Lite has an older processor, no water resistance, a plastic body (this is fine) and a less impressive optical under-display fingerprint scanner but all in all, it’s a great phone.
The S-Pen is Samsung’s biggest attraction on the Note 10 Lite. The company is aiming to pull a younger crowd to the Note lineup and they are asking for KES 58,000 for that.
Would you buy the Note 10 Lite?