Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite name confirmed via FCC filing

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A new FCC filing by Samsung confirmed the upcoming details of Galaxy S10 Lite device.

This FCC filing is for a phone called the “Galaxy S10 Lite” with model number SM-G770F. This is the same model number that was mentioned in the previous rumor. The FCC filing also includes some connectivity details: LTE Cat. 14 download speeds, 3xCA maximum, and no 4×4 MIMO. Interestingly, the IMEI included in the filing is identified as belonging to a “Galaxy R5” device, according to Ting’s IMEI database. R5 was the rumored name of the Galaxy A91, which is what the earlier rumor claims will launch as the S10 Lite.

From the earlier rumor, the S10 Lite is said to have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 48 + 12 + 5MP cameras, a 32MP front camera, a 4,500 mAh battery, 45W charging support, and a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display.

The display size is corroborated by the FCC filing, as the display diagonal size is mentioned as 170mm, approximately 6.69-inches. The overall diagonal is 172mm and the length and width are 160mm by 75mm. One page also says the device supports the EA-TA845 charger, which is the 45W fast charger from the Galaxy Note 10+.


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