Unreleased Google Pixel 3 Lite Captured Next To Pixel 3
With each passing day, more leaks about the unreleased Google Pixel 3 Lite appear online. The Google Pixel 3 Lite was first spotted in the source code of Android 9.0 Pie. The device was referred to as Google Sargo in the source code. The device will be a cheaper variant of Google’s flagship Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL smartphones. Previously, a Russian leaker, Rozetked shared the specifications and camera shots from the alleged Pixel 3 Lite. Now, another famous leaker from Twitter who goes by the name of Ben Geskin has shared an image fo the device with the Pixel 3.
Pictured With The Pixel 3
Ben Geskin is a concept designer who has also leaked unreleased smartphones in the past. Due to the past leaks, the trustability factor of this being a real device is quite high. The alleged Pixel 3 Lite has a similar design as the Pixel 3. The device has thick bezels on the top and bottom, while the left and right bezels are quite thin. The top bezel of the smartphone houses the front-facing camera and the earpiece. Sadly, the upcoming smartphone does not have a secondary front facing camera like the elder sibling. The device, however, is a tad bit taller than the Pixel 3 and also is a bit less wide.
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The leak from last week suggests that the smartphone has a 5.56 inch LCD display with a 2220 x1080 px resolution and a pixel density of 443 ppi. The Pixel 3 Lite features an Octa-Core Snapdragon 670 SoC. The smartphone is powered by a 2,95 mAh battery, but information regarding fast charging is currently unavailable. The smartphone, according to the previous leak, has 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of ROM. And beings a Pixel device, will most probably miss out on the option of memory expansion. Sources claim that the smartphone will be a much more affordable Pixel device and will have a price tag of under $ 500.
In conclusion, all the leaks strongly suggest that the launch of the device is imminent. But, Google is yet to make any comments about the authenticity of the leaks or the launch date of the smartphone.