The Geekbench processor benchmarking platform has revealed that Samsung might be prepping to launch the heavily rumored Galaxy Note 10 Lite featuring the Exynos 9810 SoC.
The device was uncovered under the model name SM-N770F, which aligns with Samsung’s currently available series of Galaxy Note 10 devices. Since this device features an underpowered SoC, it is sensible to assume that it is going to be the Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
The letter F in model names has typically been used by Samsung for global variants, meaning that the Note 10 Lite will not just be a local device, but may see an international release as well.
The Geekbench listing first spotted by Nashville Chatter reveals that the Note 10 Lite will be powered by the year-old Exynos 9810. This is the same 10nm SoC that was used in the Note 9, which may not stand with the recently released flagship chipsets but outputs decent enough performance nonetheless.
Furthermore, the benchmark listing also reveals Android 10 OS support fresh out of the box and 6GB of RAM. It is unclear whether it will feature the S Pen or not, but a Note device without a stylus is highly unlikely, to say the least.
It is worth mentioning that the info has only been taken from a benchmarking website and there is nothing official on the Note 10 Lite yet. Taking all this information with a grain of salt is advised.