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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will be available for $650



Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite

This week has been brimming with cell phone launches. In the first place, with the $699 OnePlus 8 and $899 8 Pro, at that point, Apple reported the new $399 iPhone SE, and now Samsung is prepared to launch the $650 Galaxy S10 Lite.

Samsung’s declaration in January during CES 2020, placing the Galaxy S10 Lite as a phone that fills a price point gap, while additionally giving a premium experience. We didn’t know then what that price point was, however we presently know the S20 Lite will cost $650. It goes on sale tomorrow through Samsung, Amazon, and BestBuy.

The phone has a 6.7-inch Full HD+ screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, a triple back camera setup, 6/8GB of memory, and 128GB of storage. It runs Android 10 and is controlled by a 4,500 mAh battery.

Before this week, the pricing for the S10 Lite may have appeared to be a decent deal. Be that as it may, with the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro both contribution a faster 90Hz or 120Hz display, more up to date processor, and 5G network – with the OnePlus 8 valued at just $50 more than the S10 Lite – Samsung’s most up to date phone will be a hard deal.

Convoluting the purchasing choice is Samsung’s ongoing Galaxy A series declaration, with phones going in cost from $110 to $600. The A51 5G and A71 5G cost less than the S10 Lite, and on paper, at least, are competitive with the S10 Lite.

Also, there’s additionally the new iPhone SE. At $399, it’s even more affordable as well as it utilizes Apple’s most recent processor in the A13 Bionic – a similar processor used in the iPhone 11 line.

Nearby reporting the S10 Lite accessibility, Samsung additionally declared the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. It will be accessible beginning April 17, for $350, directly from Samsung.

The Tab S6 Lite has a 10.4-inch screen, runs Android 10, is powered by a quad-core processor, has 4GB of memory, and 64GB or 128GB of storage. The Tab S6 Lite is a pared-down version of the Galaxy Tab S6, which begins at $649.99, which ZDNet contributor Matthew Miller saw as a proficient gadget.

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