Looks like there no ending for smartphone launches from Samsung. After Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A01, we still got many A-series and S-series smartphones in works. Now we have spotted two new devices with Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy A71 online.
As per the source, the alleged Galaxy S10 Lite has just passed through FCC certification. As per the listing, the Galaxy S10 Lite is listed as SM-G770F the same which we had earlier spotted on Geekbench. The listing reveals that Galaxy S10 Lite will sport 6.7 inches FHD+ display, will support Dual Band Wifi and comes with Dual SIM support.
Further, we even spotted the alleged Galaxy A71 passing through Geekbench. As per the source, the device is listed as SM-A715FN which might be the trimmed down version of Galaxy A71. The device is powered by Exynos 9611 SoC coupled with 4GB RAM and runs on Android 10. The Galaxy A71 secured 1201 under multi-core and 361 under single-core test. No other information about the SM-A715FN is leaked.
Lastly, we have got some more details about the 2020 flagship the Galaxy S11 series. As per the popular tipster, Galaxy S11 might come with 120Hz refresh rates Fluid AMOLED display after all. The tipster got these details hidden under the Galaxy Note 9 One UI 2.0 Beta update. There is setting to select the option of 120Hz or stick to 60Hz refresh rates to save the battery.