While the Galaxy S10 Lite has not yet been formalized by Samsung, the smartphone is already referenced on the French site of the manufacturer, with a section in the support pages. We still do not know when it will be officially announced by Samsung.
In recent weeks, rumors rustle about a new smartphone Samsung Galaxy S10 range. After the Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e launched earlier this year, the Korean manufacturer would seek to launch a new mid-range model called Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite.
It became known by its code name, namely SM-G770F. It is precisely this product that appeared on Monday on the site of Samsung France as noted by our fellow GSM Arena. On its website, the French branch of the manufacturer has indeed put online a support page for the SM-G770F / DS (here in cache), better known as Galaxy S10 Lite.
The page seems for now quite generic, listing issues such as "How can I increase the memory of my phone or tablet?", or "How can I change my ringtone and volume". The solutions and tips associated are also quite global with even a solution related to S Pen which seems to match – except surprise – only Galaxy Note.
An expected smartphone on the high-end segment
Recall that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite should, like its elders, be a high-end smartphone, equipped with a chip Snapdragon 855 with three cameras on the back for wide-angle, ultra wide-angle and portrait mode .
The presence of a support section for the Galaxy S10 Lite on the French site of Samsung seems to indicate a release in France of the device. For now, it is still unknown when the smartphone will be officially unveiled, but again, the launch of this page suggests an announcement in the next few weeks.