The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite may have a couple of exclusive colors

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite may have a couple of exclusive colors
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite concept render

Way back in October, it was reported that Samsung had finally chosen the six colors that it would use on next year’s Galaxy S10 series. But if a new report by SamMobile is anything to go by, it seems some colors will be exclusive to the smaller model.

For those of you wondering, the six colors Samsung has reportedly chosen are black, white, blue, green, yellow, and red. According to the latest information, the Galaxy S10 Lite will be available in all of these colors. However, the last two will be exclusives to the cheaper model.

Consumers interested in either the regular Galaxy S10 will have to settle for either black, white, blue, or green. Similarly, customers hoping to acquire the larger Galaxy S10+ are also expected to have the same choices.

At the moment, the color options for the upcoming 5G Galaxy S10+ remain totally unclear. However, as previously revealed, Samsung is also rumored to be preparing a ceramic variant of the Galaxy S10+. This premium model, according to recent information, will be available in the more traditional black and white colors.

Aside from the wider color range, the Galaxy S10 lite will have a few other differentiating factors. For example, Samsung is set to reintroduce the flat screen design to its flagship series. Alongside this, the model will sport just two rear cameras, whereas the other models will sport either three or four. Lastly, a lower RAM count and a significantly smaller battery are to be expected.

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14 Comments

1. morgeus09

Posts: 103; Member since: Aug 19, 2018

This device looks good, much better than iphone xr/xs

2. androiduser

Posts: 510; Member since: Jun 18, 2014

Indeed, if only the europe variant would get the snapdragon processor i would surely buy it but if it doesnt then it will depend on the price, if even snapdragon 845 is better than the exynos 9810 then the sd 855 will obliterate the non 7nm exynos 9820. Oh and if it doesnt have at least 6gb of ram then theres no way im considering buying it

10. kevin97

Posts: 90; Member since: Mar 01, 2016

Exynos is much better at battery life compared to Snapdragon.

13. may_czos

Posts: 955; Member since: Nov 22, 2014

Not anymore. Snapdragon 845 was better than 9810 in every aspect, battery life included. Next year Samsung should polish their nassive cores, thing is - it may not be enough to beat 7nm process.

12. gamehead unregistered

What doesn't

3. Joosty

Posts: 471; Member since: Mar 14, 2013

Phone of the year! already. lol

6. androiduser

Posts: 510; Member since: Jun 18, 2014

No not really, it doesnt even have a 7nm processor plus ui still cant compete with oxygen os and stock android and it is slow to get updates, id say the best phone next year may be the pixel 4. Anyway since the smapdragon 845 is better than the exynos 9810 then we can expect the sd 855 to obliterate the exynos 9820.

7. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

Does the chip have to be 7NM? No. And Galaxy phones outsell all the phones you speaking of.

14. may_czos

Posts: 955; Member since: Nov 22, 2014

Everything is better than stock Android. Everything.

4. smguk

Posts: 86; Member since: Mar 18, 2014

Can't wait to get a S10 although not sure which model yet hmm

5. androiduser

Posts: 510; Member since: Jun 18, 2014

Depends on what size you want, i like the s10 lite.

8. ttuite03

Posts: 10; Member since: Dec 04, 2018

I would want the light version only because of the flat screen. Cant stand the curved displays

11. androiduser

Posts: 510; Member since: Jun 18, 2014

Same, plus ill be saving money on unneeded extra features, like under screen fp scanner and 3 rear cameras.

9. Peaceboy

Posts: 640; Member since: Oct 11, 2018

This is lite version to go against Xr.

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