The pre-order news for Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite broke the internet as YouTube reviewers and market analysts had a close look at the offerings of the phone. Set to launch at Rs 39,999, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is set to divide the market share of OnePlus, which currently dominates the segment of high end phones priced in the Rs 30,000 – Rs 40,000 bracket.
Here’s why gadget lovers could boost the sales ratings for Samsung:-
The ‘Lite’ Factor
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is the company’s attempt at luring the users to enjoy almost all the features of Galaxy S10, but at a lower price. This not only makes the phone stand out in its price bracket but further invites the people who have been missing out on the Galaxy S10 due to budget restraints.
As of now, Samsung has not released the 6GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite in India, but this could probably be the biggest advantage. Adding to the exclusivity, the phone is equipped with Snapdragon 855, 8GB RAM and 128GB memory, which is backed by a 4,500 mAh battery.
According to reports, Samsung claims that this battery can last 2 days without charging. This comes after the fact that the phone understands and adapts to the usage pattern, thereby stopping unnecessary applications and conserving battery. On top of this, the phone box comes with a 25W charger which can keep the phone going through the day with just a 30-minute charge.
Triple Camera Formula
The ‘pro-grade’ camera is divided in three parts:- Macro, Main, and Ultra Wide. Macro camera (5MP/F2.4) focuses on the details, Main camera (48MP/F2.0) ensures high resolution irrespective of day conditions, and Ultra Wide (12MP/F2.2) allows a 123-degree angle of view – enhancing landscape shots.
- Zoom-in Mic: Used to isolate and enhance audio in a specific part of video.
- Available in 3 colors: Prism White, Prism Black, and Prism Blue
- Infinity-O Display: 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED Display
- Bixby: Samsung’s intelligent assistant to ease tasks and quick responses
It will be interesting to see how the market division looks like after a month of Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite pre-booking and how would OnePlus handle its new competition.