Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite gets FCC certification; Shared screenshot

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite gets FCC certification; Shared screenshot | DroidAfrica
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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite has just gotten FCC certification. One of it’s documents from FCC revealed a screenshot which shows the settings and about phone section of the phone.

We can also see that the smartphone has a model number of SM-G770F which is what we have been seeing from previous rumors and leaks. This means that those leaks we have been seeing is indeed the Galaxy S10 Lite.

The company has also confirmed it’s moniker. When the smartphone passed on GeekBench recently, it revealed its Chip which is the Snapdragon 855 paired with an 8GB of RAM and runs on Android 10 Q.

It will come with a 6.7inch Full HD+ display which is a Super AMOLED display. There is also a triple rear cameras of which the main sensor is a 48mp shooter. Recent report from Brazil revealed that the smartphone will be coming with a 4,370mAh battery which supports 45W fast charging and might come in White, Black and Blue colors.

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