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Introducing next-level power. With Galaxy Note10 Lite With Triple Camera Setup - Ultra wide (123°) 12 MP FF, F2.2 " Wide (77°) 12MP AF F1.7 Dual Pixel + Tele (45°) 12MP AF F2.4 OIS, 2x Zoom and 32MP (F2.0) front facing Punch Hole Camera & intelligent pen, all in one device
OS Android
RAM 8 GB
Item Weight 200 g
Product Dimensions 16.4 x 0.9 x 7.6 cm
Item model number SM-N770FZKNINU
Wireless communication technologies Bluetooth;WiFi Hotspot
Connectivity technologies 2G;GSM;3G;WCDMA;4G;LTE FDD;TDD
Special features Dual SIM, GPS, Music Player, Video Player, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, Virtual Light Sensing, E-mail
Display technology 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~394 ppi density),Always-on display,HDR
Other camera features 12 MP
Form factor Touchscreen Phone
Weight 200 Grams
Colour Aura Black
Battery Power Rating 4500
Whats in the box Handset, S-Pen, Non-removable Battery Included, Earphones, Travel Adapter, USB Cable, User Manual
ASIN B07X9YLSH2
Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars219 customer ratings
Amazon Bestsellers Rank #1,577 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) .zg_hrsr { margin: 0; padding: 0; list-style-type: none; } .zg_hrsr_item { margin: 0 0 0 10px; } .zg_hrsr_rank { display: inline-block; width: 80px; text-align: right; } #162 in Smartphones
Date First Available 20 January 2020

Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite (Aura Black, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage) with No Cost EMI/Additional Exchange Offers

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Current Price Rs. 39,647August 8, 2020
Highest PriceRs. 42,999June 27, 2020
Lowest PriceRs. 17,499July 11, 2020
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12 Comments
  1. After reading a lot of geeky reviews on YouTube and portals, I bought Oneplus7t. Pls, note I have been using OnePlus from last many years now so my expectations were clear. My experience with the device says that most of the reviews or unboxing things are influenced. Pls, note I have bought it with my own money unlike leading reviewers or unboxing video geeks who get it for free. So pls don’t go by them blindly. Go for users reviews who bought them with their own money. So I am writing my 5 days experience with the phone.I am not a gamer or a geek. A regular user who wants to do all the office work on the phone, social media, blogging and vlogging, etc.The last OnePlus phone I was using was Oneplus 5 and was quite happy with it until it screen got broken and replacement cost was higher than the selling price of the device itself.The day it arrived from Amazon I opened it with a lot of excitement which continued till I have held it in my hands.Here are the issues:1. Weight: It weighed too much I felt like holding a brick. And it is thick. When I hold it in one hand for a few minutes I get a deep red pit in my hand (due to blood circulation).2. Camera: Then I had to go for a conference there I tried clicking pictures. Picture quality did not come out well. Still, I thought it may be light or background because of my previous experiences I could not believe it to be not good. So I continued clicking pictures which really missed detailing. As you zoom in it will make it blurred. I have clicked a magazine cover picture with my Oneplus 5 which had only 16 MP camera but pic quality was natural and good. It clicks blur pics may it has to do with image Stabilization.3. Battery: Battery is avg. All those time I teased my iPhone or Samsung Series colleagues and friends for their battery life. Welcome to the league. This offers an avg battery life. I never carried a charger with me in previous models if I Start with 90% even after two years. But here I have to carry it even for the average usage. I m wondering what would be this phone battery life in a year or more.4. 90 Hz refresh rate is a gimmick to sell this device. It will give you fluid experience but the soon it consumes battery you will always prefer to keep it to 60hz which is an option given in the display settings. If you always stick to a desk or have a power source around you can keep it to 90hz. Not for people who are on the move most of the time. Don’t fall for it.5. Sound: It’s average. Phone calls are not crisp and clear. At times the caller’s voice gets hazy and husky. Voice is even audible to person the person sitting next to me. Even on lower volumes. Speakers volume is loud but the sound quality is not good.6. No premium-feeling anymore. With multiple variants, it has joined the league of Samsung, Mi, Oppo, Vivo. Now they are launching 7t pro on Oct 10 again it is a disappointment for those who bought 7t on day 1. Maybe their R&D or trials have some problem here that in every two months they are launching a new device with an update to the previous faults. Like OnePlus 7 has voice receiver on one side which is right. So if you take calls or hear the phone from left you won’t get a clear voice or volume. So they added receivers on both the side in this device.I am still not getting why I have spent Rs 40,000 on it. No camera quality, no battery life, no sound quality on calls, getting wounds on holding it for long.I have always recommended OnePlus devices to everyone around and had high hopes and trust on the brand that I bought it on the day of the launch but with this experience, I won’t recommend OnePlus 7t to my colleagues and friends who are planning to upgrade their devices.

  2. Detailed review –Design – 4/5+Reduced notch+Premium glass back-Camera bumpPerformance – 5/5+Latest and greatest hardware+Smart optimisationsOS – 4.5/5+Smooth Android experience – Oxygen OSDisplay – 4.5/5+Butter smooth 90 Hz Amoled display – treat to the eyeBattery -3.5/5+Fastest charging ever seen-Less capacityCamera -4/5+Overall good output with all 3 cameras+ Amazing macro mode- Misses details and messes up with Colors sometimesAudio – 4/5+Clear and loud – quality output

  3. Awesome experience..best in class camera… oxygen os..love

  4. After reading a lot of geeky reviews on YouTube and portals, I bought Oneplus7t. Pls, note I have been using OnePlus from last many years now so my expectations were clear. My experience with the device says that most of the reviews or unboxing things are influenced. Pls, note I have bought it with my own money unlike leading reviewers or unboxing video geeks who get it for free. So pls don’t go by them blindly. Go for users reviews who bought them with their own money. So I am writing my 5 days experience with the phone.I am not a gamer or a geek. A regular user who wants to do all the office work on the phone, social media, blogging and vlogging, etc.The last OnePlus phone I was using was Oneplus 5 and was quite happy with it until it screen got broken and replacement cost was higher than the selling price of the device itself.The day it arrived from Amazon I opened it with a lot of excitement which continued till I have held it in my hands.Here are the issues:1. Weight: It weighed too much I felt like holding a brick. And it is thick. When I hold it in one hand for a few minutes I get a deep red pit in my hand (due to blood circulation).2. Camera: Then I had to go for a conference there I tried clicking pictures. Picture quality did not come out well. Still, I thought it may be light or background because of my previous experiences I could not believe it to be not good. So I continued clicking pictures which really missed detailing. As you zoom in it will make it blurred. I have clicked a magazine cover picture with my Oneplus 5 which had only 16 MP camera but pic quality was natural and good. It clicks blur pics may it has to do with image Stabilization.3. Battery: Battery is avg. All those time I teased my iPhone or Samsung Series colleagues and friends for their battery life. Welcome to the league. This offers an avg battery life. I never carried a charger with me in previous models if I Start with 90% even after two years. But here I have to carry it even for the average usage. I m wondering what would be this phone battery life in a year or more.4. 90 Hz refresh rate is a gimmick to sell this device. It will give you fluid experience but the soon it consumes battery you will always prefer to keep it to 60hz which is an option given in the display settings. If you always stick to a desk or have a power source around you can keep it to 90hz. Not for people who are on the move most of the time. Don’t fall for it.5. Sound: It’s average. Phone calls are not crisp and clear. At times the caller’s voice gets hazy and husky. Voice is even audible to person the person sitting next to me. Even on lower volumes. Speakers volume is loud but the sound quality is not good.6. No premium-feeling anymore. With multiple variants, it has joined the league of Samsung, Mi, Oppo, Vivo. Now they are launching 7t pro on Oct 10 again it is a disappointment for those who bought 7t on day 1. Maybe their R&D or trials have some problem here that in every two months they are launching a new device with an update to the previous faults. Like OnePlus 7 has voice receiver on one side which is right. So if you take calls or hear the phone from left you won’t get a clear voice or volume. So they added receivers on both the side in this device.I am still not getting why I have spent Rs 40,000 on it. No camera quality, no battery life, no sound quality on calls, getting wounds on holding it for long.I have always recommended OnePlus devices to everyone around and had high hopes and trust on the brand that I bought it on the day of the launch but with this experience, I won’t recommend OnePlus 7t to my colleagues and friends who are planning to upgrade their devices.

  5. Detailed review –Design – 4/5+Reduced notch+Premium glass back-Camera bumpPerformance – 5/5+Latest and greatest hardware+Smart optimisationsOS – 4.5/5+Smooth Android experience – Oxygen OSDisplay – 4.5/5+Butter smooth 90 Hz Amoled display – treat to the eyeBattery -3.5/5+Fastest charging ever seen-Less capacityCamera -4/5+Overall good output with all 3 cameras+ Amazing macro mode- Misses details and messes up with Colors sometimesAudio – 4/5+Clear and loud – quality output

  6. Awesome experience..best in class camera… oxygen os..love

  7. After reading a lot of geeky reviews on YouTube and portals, I bought Oneplus7t. Pls, note I have been using OnePlus from last many years now so my expectations were clear. My experience with the device says that most of the reviews or unboxing things are influenced. Pls, note I have bought it with my own money unlike leading reviewers or unboxing video geeks who get it for free. So pls don’t go by them blindly. Go for users reviews who bought them with their own money. So I am writing my 5 days experience with the phone.I am not a gamer or a geek. A regular user who wants to do all the office work on the phone, social media, blogging and vlogging, etc.The last OnePlus phone I was using was Oneplus 5 and was quite happy with it until it screen got broken and replacement cost was higher than the selling price of the device itself.The day it arrived from Amazon I opened it with a lot of excitement which continued till I have held it in my hands.Here are the issues:1. Weight: It weighed too much I felt like holding a brick. And it is thick. When I hold it in one hand for a few minutes I get a deep red pit in my hand (due to blood circulation).2. Camera: Then I had to go for a conference there I tried clicking pictures. Picture quality did not come out well. Still, I thought it may be light or background because of my previous experiences I could not believe it to be not good. So I continued clicking pictures which really missed detailing. As you zoom in it will make it blurred. I have clicked a magazine cover picture with my Oneplus 5 which had only 16 MP camera but pic quality was natural and good. It clicks blur pics may it has to do with image Stabilization.3. Battery: Battery is avg. All those time I teased my iPhone or Samsung Series colleagues and friends for their battery life. Welcome to the league. This offers an avg battery life. I never carried a charger with me in previous models if I Start with 90% even after two years. But here I have to carry it even for the average usage. I m wondering what would be this phone battery life in a year or more.4. 90 Hz refresh rate is a gimmick to sell this device. It will give you fluid experience but the soon it consumes battery you will always prefer to keep it to 60hz which is an option given in the display settings. If you always stick to a desk or have a power source around you can keep it to 90hz. Not for people who are on the move most of the time. Don’t fall for it.5. Sound: It’s average. Phone calls are not crisp and clear. At times the caller’s voice gets hazy and husky. Voice is even audible to person the person sitting next to me. Even on lower volumes. Speakers volume is loud but the sound quality is not good.6. No premium-feeling anymore. With multiple variants, it has joined the league of Samsung, Mi, Oppo, Vivo. Now they are launching 7t pro on Oct 10 again it is a disappointment for those who bought 7t on day 1. Maybe their R&D or trials have some problem here that in every two months they are launching a new device with an update to the previous faults. Like OnePlus 7 has voice receiver on one side which is right. So if you take calls or hear the phone from left you won’t get a clear voice or volume. So they added receivers on both the side in this device.I am still not getting why I have spent Rs 40,000 on it. No camera quality, no battery life, no sound quality on calls, getting wounds on holding it for long.I have always recommended OnePlus devices to everyone around and had high hopes and trust on the brand that I bought it on the day of the launch but with this experience, I won’t recommend OnePlus 7t to my colleagues and friends who are planning to upgrade their devices.

  8. Detailed review –Design – 4/5+Reduced notch+Premium glass back-Camera bumpPerformance – 5/5+Latest and greatest hardware+Smart optimisationsOS – 4.5/5+Smooth Android experience – Oxygen OSDisplay – 4.5/5+Butter smooth 90 Hz Amoled display – treat to the eyeBattery -3.5/5+Fastest charging ever seen-Less capacityCamera -4/5+Overall good output with all 3 cameras+ Amazing macro mode- Misses details and messes up with Colors sometimesAudio – 4/5+Clear and loud – quality output

  9. Awesome experience..best in class camera… oxygen os..love

  10. Please don’t buy this untill and unless you really really REALLY want a S pen. Very bad quality front camera, clicks like a 7k phone. Selfies are all soft and smudgy however the back camera is superb. Then the fingerprint scanner, that’s a different story all together. Started to fail every single time after 2days of purchasing. Dual sim Never works as when both of sim cards are at play, this phone struggles real hard to provide you network. Overall a very avarage phone, and surely overpriced. This phone should have costed 22k max….

  11. Phone is overpriced as build quality, the display quality is not good as 40k phone, really disappointed, my first bad experience with Samsung.

  12. All works great except for the fingerprint sensor!! It’s so frustrating! I put my finger on the screen and it’s as if there is no sensor there.. Good camera good s-pen.. if we pay this much amount of money, the least they can do is keep the basic functionalities in proper working condition. A little disappointed.

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