Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Lite delivers flagship features at $450 (Save 35%)


B&H is currently offering the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite 128GB Android Smartphone for $449.99 shipped. Having originally sold for $699, today’s offer saves you up to 35%, is $75 under Target’s competing sale price, and marks the lowest we’ve seen. Delivering a flagship experience at a more affordable price point, Galaxy Note 10 Lite sports a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, 128GB of onboard storage, and support for Android 10. Around back you’ll find three 12MP camera sensors, two of which sport ultra-wide and telephoto lenses. Samsung completes the package with S Pen that lets you take notes and accomplish other creative tasks, alongside acting as a remote camera shutter. Rated 4/5 stars and you can learn more in our launch coverage. Head below for more.

Put just a fraction of your savings from today’s deal to use by grabbing the Spigen Ultra Hybrid Case. Spending just $14 can go a long way towards keeping the Galaxy Note 10 Lite protected from scratches and even drops. This case also has raised edges to ensure your screen doesn’t get scratched when placed on a table.

Don’t forget that we’re also still seeing the very first price cut on the Motorola One Zoom Android smartphone at $350. That’s on top of another Motorola handset and all of the best app and game deals live right now.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite features:

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite comes with a Dynamic AMOLED display having a screen size of 6.7 inches. There is a screen resolution of 1,080 x 2,280 pixels. It has a pixel density of 414 PPI, which adds sharpness to the content streaming. The smartphone has a sleek design along with a bezel-less display that gets a punch-hole finish. On the optical department, the device depends on the dual primary lens setup that consists of two 12MP lenses.

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