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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite could come in Special Yellow Color: Report Says

Author at TechGenyz Mobile
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
Since the Galaxy S8 came, Samsung offered no compelling reason for consumers to opt for the smaller variant of the Galaxy S family's top-of-the-line cell phones, except for easier one-handed use and of course if we can still use that as a parameter: the price of the smaller variant. Obviously, neither the Galaxy S8 and S9 correspond to their counterparts in the "Plus" portfolio, which houses the Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy S9 Plus in larger variants. However, it is said that next year beyond the standard edition an even smaller version of the Galaxy S10 will be launched in this generation, which for now only serves by the nickname Galaxy S10 Lite, the youngest of the brand. The Galaxy S10 Lite should miss the main triple and dual front camera, but will still be powered by Snapdragon 855 and won't miss any upper range variants feature. Now, according to recent information - one of the most reliable and respected sources in the Samsung universe, The Galaxy S10 Lite will be the only phone of the trio with an unprecedented color. The leak suggests that the Galaxy S10 Lite will be offered in yellow, following with the colors options in white, black, green and blue. In addition to the yellow, the other two variants of the Galaxy S10 would not feature this color. So some or even all cell phones can have gradient colors and Samsung could launch new color options a few months after the arrival of the Galaxy S10 family. As for the ceramic variant of the Galaxy S10, sources indicate that it can be found only in black and/or white.
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