If you are happened to be a tech enthusiast, you may come across of the rumor that Google is about to launch the Pixel 3 Lite and Pixel 3 XL Lite versions which will be more affordable than the original Pixel 3 series, while giving comparatively lower but stronger specifications. We have already seen the reports, where, Google Pixel 3 XL Lite appeared on Geekbench, the phone benchmarking firm, where Google Pixel 3 XL was seen to carry larger RAM capacity. And now, a video which has been posted on Youtube, named “Exclusive! Google Pixel 3 Lite in my hand”, which is a Google Pixel 3 Lite review video, shows the design and specs of the device.
According to the Google Pixel 3 Lite review video, the device looks almost the same, but the material used at the back of the device is different from the original Pixel 3, where, a glass-finish material was present at the back, Pixel 3 Lite comes with polycarbonate body and surprisingly a 3.5mm port, which wasn’t there in original Pixel 3.
Google Pixel 3 Lite Specs –
The device comes with an LCD display of 5.56-inch size with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. and a taller aspect ratio of 18:9. The device runs on the Android Pie 9.0 operating system out-of-the-box topped with the Pixel launcher and juiced up by a 2915 mAh battery. To power the device Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 SoC is given under-the-hood, coupled with 4 GB RAM, earlier leaks suggested the processor be SD 710.
The camera department of the Pixel 3 Lite will be stronger, for which, the device features a 12.2 MP rear camera sensor, with the support of OIS and AI for portrait photos, and for selfies, an 8 MP sensor can be found. For sure, Pixel 3 Lite will be backed up with all the under-the-hood camera features, as we have seen in the camera department of legendary Pixel 3 series.
For now, Google has not talked about the official launch of the Pixel 3 Lite series, and even before the announcement, the design and specifications of Pixel 3 Lite have been leaked completely. This is happening twice with Google, last year too, Google wasn’t successful in keeping the device under the hood.