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November 29, 2020

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Galaxy Note 10 Lite at Rs 38,999 sounds good but it’s no better than the segment-leading OnePlus 7T

Samsung has made an unexpected start to 2020 with the Lite versions of its Galaxy S10 and Note 10 phones. Before the Galaxy S20 series lays the groundwork for the 2020 premium phones, Samsung is trying to gather some attention in the sub-Rs 50,000 segment with the Galaxy Note 10 Lite (the Galaxy S10 Lite could be priced slightly higher). Starting at Rs 38,999, it’s the cheapest Note series phone from Samsung in a long time and is almost half the price of the Galaxy Note 10.

While it’s more affordable than the Note 10, Samsung is retaining some of the premium features in this one, with the prime one being the S Pen and a rather big 6.7-inch AMOLED display. If you have always wanted to own a Samsung Note phone without spending a fortune, this Galaxy Note 10 Lite is like God answering your prayers. However, if you are considering to invest in the Note 10 Lite, stop and think again- if you want to spend almost Rs 40,000 on a new smartphone, the OnePlus 7T deserves your money more. Surprised?

Galaxy Note 10 Lite: Looks impressive, doesn’t it?

Yes, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite looks and sounds impressive. Samsung’s Note series phones have led the charge in terms of design and practicality. The Note 10 Lite inherits these qualities from the desirable Galaxy Note 10 Plus in massive ways. It looks similar and even has the same cameras as the Note 10.

That 6.7-inch AMOLED display with 1080p resolution and a tiny punch-hole cutout is a great medium to watch YouTube videos and Netflix movies. Without the curved edges, the Note 10 Lite also seems to up its game in practicality.

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