It has happened! The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite has finally made its way to Nepal at an amazing price of Rs. 59,999. Samsung Nepal is selling the phone exclusively through Daraz. Priced at under Rs. 60,000, the phone is cheaper to buy here than from anywhere else in the world. In a market where phones are almost always priced around 10% or more higher than other parts of the world, this price for us is certainly a miracle.
The Galaxy Note 10 Lite competes with phones like the OnePlus 7T in Nepal. Samsung did really well in the entry-level and mid-range smartphone market in 2019. The Samsung flagships sold in quite a quantity too. However, their upper mid-range phones like the Galaxy A70 and A80 failed to impress.
Samsung has launched the Note 10 Lite in hopes to fill in the gap. And we are pretty certain, this is a really good move that will do wonders. If I were looking to buy a new phone at this price range, I would certainly buy this phone without thinking twice.
While the phone misses out on features like wireless/reverse wireless charging and IP water and dust resistance, these are features I can certainly live without comfortably. And I am sure, most people feel the same way too.
Galaxy Note 10 Lite Specification
- 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED Display
- Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC (same SoC as the one found on the Galaxy Note 9)
- 8GB of RAM
- Mali-G72 GPU
- 128GB of Internal Storage
- Triple Rear Camera (12MP f/1.7 Wide | 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide | 12MP f/2.4 telephoto)
- 32MP f/2.2 front camera
- Optical in-display fingerprint scanner
- Inclusion of 3.5mm headphone jack
- 4500mAh Battery with 25W fast-charging
- S-Pen support
- Price: Rs. 59,999
- Color: Aura Black and Aura Glow
Being a member of the Galaxy Note family, naturally, this phone comes with S-Pen. Samsung, fortunately, hasn’t toned down the functionality of the S-Pen in the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. It has all the pressure sensitivity features as well as support for Bluetooth features.
The primary camera sensor also comes straight from the Note 10. While the camera lacks the dual aperture, it’s still the same tried and tested 12MP camera sensor that produces excellent photos and videos. The 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera also takes photos that are just as good as the ones found on the flagship Samsung phones.
There’s also a large 32MP front-camera on the Note 10 Lite. The Galaxy Note 10 gets just a 10MP camera. Sure, megapixels aren’t everything but the added detail on the selfies captured by the Note 10 Lite should translate to better photos, overall.
And there’s the large 4500mAh battery. It’s larger than the one found in the Galaxy Note 10+ and significantly larger than the one found on the Galaxy Note 10. What’s more? A 25W fast charger( the same one that is found on the Note 10+) is bundled in the box.
All in all, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is a great buy. And thanks to the Daraz exclusive partnership, it is an amazing deal. Anyone looking to buy a new phone at around Rs. 60,000 should seriously consider this phone.