New support pages listed on Samsung's own website may be one of the clearest signs yet that it'll be introducing a new variant to the Galaxy Note 10 lineup in the coming months.
A listing on the official Samsung Spain website refers to a product known as the SM-N770F/DS. That's previously what we've heard will be called the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, thanks to leaks from SamMobile.
The document doesn't specifically call the device the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, but it's one of the first times we've seen Samsung specifically refer to the new device by the codename on its official website.
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Take all of this with a pinch of salt as it may be that this is a separate device. It could be a new entry of the Galaxy A lineup of handsets, for example.
That said, the fact the codename matches up directly with what we've previously heard about the Galaxy Note 10 Lite suggests it will be a new entry in that series.
Samsung is expected to slightly downgrade the specs of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus to offer a more affordable version of the handsets, although we still expect it to feature an S Pen.
Previous rumors have suggested Samsung will be hosting a launch event in India at some point during January when the company will unveil the Galaxy S10 Lite alongside the Note 10 Lite. Nothing is confirmed, but that's our clearest suggestion yet of when Samsung will be launching these devices.