For processors, Samsung isn't naming them specifically.
Just like the Note 10 series, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite has also gotten rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack. The chosen panel is characterized by impressively thin and nearly uniform bezels that are accompanied by a centered punch hole, which itself is home to the selfie camera.
@UniverseIce, who has a very decent track record when it comes to upcoming Samsung phones has tweeted that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will come with an Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) technology that will be better than on any current flagship phone. It runs Google's Android 10 operating system with the company's own One UI 2.0 skin on top. As you would expect, these Galaxy Lite devices are also protected with defense-grade security platform Samsung Knox. The device is speculated to come with a 48MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle shooter and a 5MP camera which is likely used for depth effects. The processors on the Lite devices are 64-bit Octa-core processors.
Inside, both sport a hefty 4,500mAh battery (with some differences from market to market), coupled with either 6 or 8GB of RAM and a default 128GB of storage.
Samsung will try to court customers on a lower budget with two new budget versions of its flagship phones. There's a 4,500mAh battery keeping the lights on with support for 25W super-fast wired charging. It doesn't pack the Super Steady OIS feature but instead, is closer to the original Note 10 camera setup. In the photography department, you get three 12-megapixel sensors - one with a wide-angle lens, one with telephoto and one with an ultra-wide-angle lens. The camera optics or lens moves in opposite directions with the help of magnets and gyroscope to stabilize the image.
Lastly, the Note 10 Lite comes with the Note line's signature S Pen. You can use this to control the device with a simple click. The phone will be released in Aura Glow, Aura Black, and Aura Red colors. Right ahead of the launch, we have received an exclusive report that not only provides the official posters for both the devices, but also hints that both the devices are closer to getting launched. So, stay tuned for on-ground coverage from the CES 2020 show floor in Las Vegas over the coming days.