Google Pixel 3 Lite shown off on video

Ruben Fields
January 21, 2019

The Android parent just isn't able to keep its next-gen smartphones away from the media's eyes and the ideal example of this is how Google's not-yet-announced Pixel 3 Lite has been leaked. While this makes me happy, the headphone jack's placement on the top of the Pixel 3 Lite is unfortunate. The former offered an 18:9 display with thick bezels above the display, while the latter adopted a display notch for a higher screen-to-body ratio. A 3.5millimeter headphone jack seen on the second-generation and third-generation Pixel phones is also not present.

Moreover, one of the biggest change is the material that is used on the outside.

It is widely known that Google is looking to release a more affordable alternative to the Google Pixel 3 named the Google Pixel 3 Lite. There is a bright colored power button along with a volume rocker on the right edge.

The SIM Card tray is on the left, like Pixel 2. The video demonstrates the Pixel 3 Lite running and not only provides a glimpse of the software, but also the phone from pretty much every angle. The other one has the primary microphone.

Are you a techie who knows how to write? The display used on the Pixel 3 Lite is a 5.56-inch panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. The bezels are nearly non-existent around the screen. The chipset is coupled with the Adreno 615, which is slightly less powerful than Adreno 616 on the Snapdragon 710.

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Again, as there is no official word on the Google Pixel 3 Lite from Google itself, it is hard to ascertain its release date.

When the Pixel 3 launched in October, it was hardly a secret. In fact, we see a single main camera, accompanied by an LED flash and immediately under a fingerprint sensor, so no sensor integrated under The display for Pixel 4.

Another interesting thing is the absence of the front camera.

Lastly, the phone will pack a 2,915 mAh battery and run Android Pie out-of-the-box. It also looks as though it is encased in plastic, which is another money-saving effort by Google. Rest of the specifications aren't that great, and same is going to be the case with the pricing. Fast forward to mid-January, and we have the first hands-on video review of the cheap Pixel 3 phone that Google is expected to launch in the near future.

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