Samsung India, Samsung Philippines, and Samsung China have also all released their update roadmaps, and all four of them have one thing in common: The Galaxy S10 phones will be the first to get the stable update, and they won't get it until January. As the names suggest, the Lite models will be a stripped down version of their flagship counterparts.
The South Korean tech giant has posted the blueprint of the Android 10 rollout on the eligible models on its Samsung Members app in the "Notices" section.More news: Lyon bags five as Australia close in on 2-0
Users of the Galaxy S10 line in Germany are confirming receipt of the stable Android 10 update. Interestingly, the list of devices doesn't include the flagship Galaxy handsets of 2017 - Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (SM-G770F) will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and the following camera specs: 48MP (Main) + 5MP (Depth) +12MP (Wide angle) & 32MP (Selfie).More news: Actor Billy Dee Williams Identifies As Gender Fluid
The phase one of the rollout will begin in January 2020, in which Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ (Review), Galaxy Note 9 (Review), Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ (Review), Galaxy S10e (Review), Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ (Review), along with the Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30 (Review), and the Galaxy A30 (Review), will receive the upgrade.
Other known details about the Galaxy Note 10 Lite are that the smartphone could launch with support for S Pen. This bundle offers you a Galaxy Note 10 Plus (256GB) and a Galaxy Watch Active2 (44mm) for RM4499.More news: Prince Andrew 'exploited trade envoy job to help multi-millionaire friend'
We have earlier heard it will be available in black, white, and blue. Samsung is yet to announce or even tease the Galaxy Note 10 Lite.