Earlier we saw some rumours about Samsung plans to launch the cheaper flagship powered by SD855 SoC with Galaxy S10 Lite. Later we even spotted the device on Geekbench which confirmed the previous rumours. Now the new Galaxy S10 Lite has just hit ANATEL certification in Brazil.
As per the listing, the alleged Galaxy S10 Lite is listed as SM-G770F which was previously spotted on Geekbench has not passed through ANATEL certification. The listing revealed that the Galaxy S10 Lite will pack larger 4370 mAh battery further will come with Dual SIM support.
Apart from this nothing much about the device is revealed. We are still waiting to get the first renders of the new Galaxy S10 Lite. Anyway, as per previous leaks, the Galaxy S10 Lite will be powered by SD855 SoC coupled with 6GB/8GB RAM and will run Android 10 out of the box.