The Wi-Fi certification reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite comes with model number SM-G770F/DS and it will support dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
After being spotted on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite has now received WiFi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA). The listing suggests that the launch of the handset may be imminent.
The Wi-Fi certification reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite comes with model number SM-G770F/DS and it will support dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n 2.4GHz and 5GHz. It will have Wi-Fi Direct support and includes Bluetooth. The characters "DS" in the model number hints at dual-SIM support.
Sadly, the listing does not show any specifications except that the device will be powered by Android 10.0 which is likely to be topped with One UI 2. The listing carries the certification ID WFA92155 and the date of certification being 14th November 2019.
The FCC listing showed that Galaxy S10 Lite will feature a 170mm display which will be 6.69-inches. It will be 160mm tall and 75mm wide. It also confirmed the presence of 45W fast charging.
As per a recent leak, the phone will be backed up by a 4,370mAh battery. If this comes true, then the Galaxy S10 Lite might pack the biggest battery in a Galaxy S-series phone yet. This will be larger than that of the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ smartphones.
The colour options of the Galaxy S10 Lite were leaked earlier as per which the phone will come in White, Black, and Blue colour variants. The Galaxy S10 Lite is said to be none other Galaxy A91.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to come with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It will have a Snapdragon 855 processor coupled with 8GB RAM. The phone will run Android 10 operating system. It will come with three cameras, including a 48MP primary sensor with an f/2.0 aperture, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor with an f/2.2 aperture, and a 5MP depth sensor with an f/2.2 aperture. It will have a 32MP sensor with an f/2.2 aperture.
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