Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite Deals

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite Deals

Order your Note 10 Lite today! Usually, Samsung's Note models are among their most expensive smartphones, usually costing around $1K or more for the latest model. But now Samsung is bringing a whole new affordable Note to the mobile market. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite provides an innovative smartphone experience at half the cost of the most current smartphones. Already preorders are live in Europe and are just starting to pop-up in North America. If you have been dying to get your hands on a Note 10 but never had the budget to pull it off until now, The Note 10 Lite may be the perfect solution. Read on to learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

Order your Note 10 Lite today! Usually, Samsung's Note models are among their most expensive smartphones, usually costing around $1K or more for the latest model…

But now Samsung is bringing a whole new affordable Note to the mobile market. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite provides an innovative smartphone experience at half the cost of the most current smartphones. Already preorders are live in Europe and are just starting to pop-up in North America. If you have been dying to get your hands on a Note 10 but never had the budget to pull it off until now, The Note 10 Lite may be the perfect solution. Read on to learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite.

When it comes to technology, the Note 10 Lite is a combination of older and newer. To help cut costs, the Note10 Lite features an Exynos 9810 processor - the processor found in the Note 9. While it's an older processor, it's still a good one as the Note 9 got raving reviews from tech experts. It also features the Note 8's rear camera set-up which is a 12MP telephoto and 12MP main camera mixed with a 12MP ultra-wide camera found in newer devices like the S10 Lite. The 32MP front-facing camera with F2.2 aperture is the same as the S10 Lite as well. Additionally, the camera can take regular, Hyperlapse, Super Slow Motion and Super Steady videos. It cannot, however, take Live Focus video due to its older camera tech. It's also worth noting that the Note 10 Lite features a headphone jack, unlike the Note 10 and Note 10+, which many will see as an advantage.

Of course, the main attraction of the Note 10 Lite is the S Pen. While it's not as advanced as the one in the main model, it gets the job done. It allows you to navigate, draw and write (virtually, of course) on the phone's 6.7-inch Infinity-O Super AMOLED display. The 4,500 mAh battery, which is the same in the S10 Lite, is long-lasting, only draining about 15% after an 8-hour workday. If the battery is fully depleted, you can recharge it in around two hours.

Upon its release, the Note 10 cost $950, which is a pretty steep price to pay for a smartphone most people don't hang on to that long. At around $550, The Note 10 Lite is a whole lot more affordable and, in fact, it costs less than many new smartphones on the market. Currently, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is only being sold in European markets but B&H has an unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite listed for just $549.99. With special financing available, you can pay that over the course of 6 months. When purchasing from Samsung or a major carrier, you should be able to save even more buy trading your phone in. Most major carriers offer a trade-in program that can cut off hundreds from asking price depending on the phone you are trading in. Look forward to more deals once the Note 10 Lite is released in the US.