- Analysis by KJ David
Essentially a version of the Galaxy Note10 with much more screen space (which somewhat goes against its whole Lite moniker), the 2020 Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite extends its base model's 6.3-inch interface to a phablet-worthy 6.7 inches , while retaining the brand's signature S Pen stylus accessory. Having said that, this model is not as competitive as we had hoped, floundering in comparison to the best large-screen phones featured here on Phonerated with its 1080p-only resolution and 394ppi-only pixel density score -- most models on the said list tout 2K-1440p screens and score around 500ppi.
Its pros and cons also includes a 128GB-only internal memory that we find rather underwhelming, knowing that a few competing models with tantamount specs offer at least twice as much native storage.
That being said, the rest of its hardware components, which includes an Exynos 9810 2.7GHz + 1.7GHz octa-core engine , befit a 2020 flagship wannabe. Joining the mix is an 8GB RAM (A 6GB-only model is available as well) that puts it alongside some of the fastest phones on the market as of this data-driven review. This model's 4500mAh battery sounds like a solid pro as well, although a few of its contemporaries pack larger batteries.
Jumping over to its cameras, this Galaxy Note model boasts a triple 12-megapixel primary cam that brings to mind some of the best photography smartphones in town. Also among its imaging pros and cons is a 32-megapixel selfie cam that's similar to what its Galaxy S10 Lite cousin offers.
Rounding out its feature set are the Android 10 ecosystem and a finish of either Aura Red, Aura Glow, or Aura Black.
So, although it suffers from a couple of cons display-wise, the stylus-equipped Note10 Lite makes for a fitting phone for users who are heavily inclined to productivity and multimedia.
** This phone is also known as: Samsung Note10 Lite
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