Samsung is rumored to release a very cheap version of Galaxy Note 6 very soon, but that catch is that it will have a low-powered processor. Apparently, a ‘Lite’ version of the Galaxy Note 6 model will soon hit the market.
This Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Lite will presumably have a Snapdragon 820 SoC, as opposed to the standard model which sports a Snapdragon 823 chipset. At this point, the latter processor is the latest version but is yet to be officially released. According to Phone Arena, this processor will have speed capabilities of up to 3.0 GHz.
Right now, most of the flagship phones on the market such as LG G5, HTC 10 and Samsung Galaxy come with the latest Qulacomm processor – the Snapdragon 820 chipset. And many of the makers of these smartphones used Snapdragon 820 SoC for the Lite versions of their mobiles. For example, we have HTC 10 Lifestyle and LG G5 SE.
The Lite Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Lite information came from a Weibo user, who also claims that, the device will have a 5.8 inch display with Full HD resolution of 1080 x 1920 px. The standard model has a Quad HD display with a 1440 x 1920 px resolution.
The Lite model will also have 4 GB of RAM as opposed to the huge 6 GB sported by Samsung Galaxy Note 6, and it will be cheaper than the standard model, but no one knows exactly how much cheaper it will be.
Other rumors say that Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will be released in two variants: one with a dual-edge curved screen and another with a flat screen. It will supposedly sport a 4,200 mAh battery, plus 256 GB of internal storage capacity. Furthermore, it will probably be water resistant and have an iris scanner.