However, there's no actual measurements provided for the screen protectors, nor do we know how large the bezels on the phone will be, which will determine the total size of the device.
Samsung hasn't revealed any specifications about the smartphone yet but we do know that Galaxy M21 will arrive with Android 10-based One UI 2.0 and will feature a triple camera setup at the back which is also in-line with what Samsung has done with nearly all M-series of smartphones released in a few weeks.
Tipster TechTalkTV has tweeted some live images of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite with an S pen. It's launching soon. And not only that, but it also confirms the myriad of design leaks over the past couple of months.
It may, however, be exactly what Galaxy Note fans might need, depending on whether the device will be accessible to them. And the rear panel, it looks like, won't be glass like the flagship Note 10 and will instead be a glasstic panel like the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A-series phones.
We have embedded the images below.
The most distinctive element is the pronounced camera housing on the rear, moving on from the design showcased on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 proper.
As for the specifications, Galaxy Note 10 Lite is expected to feature a 6.7-inch Full-HD+ (2400x1080p) HDR AMOLED display. That's not enough to make the S10 Lite or Note 10 Lite better cameras than their predecessors, but the leak is exciting nonetheless. The device is powered by the company's own Exynos 7904 processor and runs Android 9.0 Pie operating system topped with Samsung's own One UI. Fuelling the device will apparently be a 4,500mAh battery with 45W fast charging support.