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Just bought a Galaxy S10? Samsung's latest news won't please you at all

Samsung Galaxy S10 owners may want to look away now.

This is because the Korean company is believed to be working hard to develop a new version of its flagship smartphone that could fall into its pockets at a greatly reduced price.

Rumors suggest that this cheaper version may be called the Galaxy S10 Lite, and if the latest leaks are true, it could be a very full-featured smartphone despite the lower cost.

According to SamMobile reports, the S10 Lite looks set to meet most of the specifications found in the upcoming Galaxy A91 and that means users can find a Snapdragon 855 processor, 128 GB of storage and a triple rear camera.

This phone also features a 4,500 mAh battery under the hood and fast charging to help boost power at faster speeds.

Along with these specifications, there is also some speculation about the design, with another report revealing that Lite will come in White, Black and Blue color schemes.

As noted by SamMobile, if these specifications came true, the S10 Lite would be as good, if not better, than the current S10e.

There is no official word from Samsung on a release date, specifications or price and we are not sure if a Lite model is being developed.

However, if it arrives with the features mentioned above and at a much lower price, it will definitely be a device to watch and may make your current S10 look very expensive.

While some are not happy with this update, there is good news for owners of the current Galaxy S10.

Samsung has just announced the release of Android 10 beta on these devices.

This means that owners can sign up to test Android 10 before its final release.

The program is open to those with Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 + or even the monstrous S10 5G.

Anyone eager to try Android 10 on the device that wipes out the dashboard should download the Samsung Members app, where you'll get an alert if you can try out the new software.

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