Samsung has been tipped to launch a Snapdragon 855-toting smartphone in the A series for some time. While that has not come to pass still as we inch closer to 2020, a new report suggests Samsung has not one but two toned-down flagships coming. One of them, as reported by Sammobile is the SM-N770F or rather what they believe is the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. The other which, according to Ishan Agarwal, the Galaxy S10 Lite or S11 Lite comes with model number SM-G770F. Further, Ishan says that the specifications of the SM-G770F would be the same as that of the upcoming Galaxy A91. The exact time frame for their launch is not known yet but the two handsets will be debuting in Asia and Europe. An entry-level Galaxy SM-A015F with a 5.71-inch display has also been tipped again and could launch in the coming weeks. We also got to know that it will be the third phone from Samsung to be made by a Chinese ODM.
Samsung launched two Note models this year. However, none of them being more affordable, the Korean smartphone maker might have decided to debut a truly affordable Note that allows buyers to experience the S Pen without costing an arm and a leg. Exactly how affordable this new duo will be is another intriguing question which is also left unanswered due to limited information. However, we expect to have more information on this soon.
Samsung has previously launched a Lite version in the S series in China previously so it wouldn’t be a surprise if it launches another one this year, however, a Note 10 Lite would be something quite new. Samsung did announce a Galaxy Note 3 Neo back when the series was in its nascent stage but nothing similar has happened since then. As for the entry-level device, it has been tipped earlier that the SM-A015F is supposedly a cheaper Galaxy A10 and could be named Galaxy A5. The handset previously also appeared on Geekbench with the same model and an octa-core 2.0GHz processor. However, the Geekbench log also hinted that the device could just be a testing platform for Qualcomm.