Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is a premium Android smartphone for consumers. The S-Pen may be a selling point – the price plays a huge role in the decision to purchase the smartphone.

You can also read our Galaxy Note 10 review (or the Note 10 camera review) for more details on the Galaxy Note 10.

Now, it looks like we might be getting a budget model of the series as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Of course, even though the name points to a “lite” edition of the phone, it is not going to be an average mid-range device.

SamMobile discovered the information originally. In addition to the device name, the Galaxy Note 10 lite could be available in Europe initially.

It is believed that it will available in two different shades – black and red.

There’s still no word about the specifications and expected price – but we should hear about it soon enough.

While we know about the color options, we are still not sure if it will have a change in the design language (or any other significant changes). If no major changes, then what will be a trade-off between the primary model and the lite edition.

It is also not clear whether it is going to be available for Europe only or if there are any chances of availability in the US or Asia.

This is a developing story, so we will make sure to update it when there’s something new.

What do you think of the idea for a “lite” edition of Note 10? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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