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Swami007

Hello,

I am planning to get Samsung note 10 lite (6gb ram) from samsung shop. The  exchange value is showing Rs. 8070 for my  2 years old Poco F1 (6gb 64gb). There are various coupons and 10% sbi cc offers to apply. So final cost will be around 23-24k.
I am considering Samsung note 10 lite due to unique spen feature, OIS camera, knox security and samsung pay with MTS. It will be used for general purpose and no gaming.

So is it good to invest on Samsung note 10 lite?

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Processor might cause some issues. And I think you should go for the 8GB variant for future proofing.

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go for s10lite as its having snapdragon processor.. performance is good in comparison to note 10 lite..

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Helium wrote:

Processor might cause some issues. And I think you should go for the 8GB variant for future proofing.

8gb ver is costing 2k more. Im not gaming and multitasker so 6gb seems sufficient. Note 10 lite will get atleast android 11 update. Dont know how much time they give security updates to this device.

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akshayrpatil wrote:

go for s10lite as its having snapdragon processor.. performance is good in comparison to note 10 lite..

Yes but S10 lite is costing more and misses the spen and headphone jack.

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Swami007 wrote:

8gb ver is costing 2k more. Im not gaming and multitasker so 6gb seems sufficient. Note 10 lite will get atleast android 11 update. Dont know how much time they give security updates to this device.

If you are planning to use the phone for more than 3 years then that 2k will be worth it. Processor is nearly 2 years old now, that extra ram will help running things smoothly even if you are not heavy user bc as new app updates comes they become more resource hungry.
Secondly for my personal experience, don’t update android, it is sure shot way of making your phone slow atleast on Samsung. Just keep original android it came with and be smart in everyday use, no security issues for a normal person.

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