Google completes the details to add a new terminal to the smartphone line. It's Pixel 3 Lite and, as the name suggests, it's a lower performance device that the two flagships that technology introduced in October last year. I already knew about her existence for months, but it was not until Thursday, when finally the device was revealed in all its glory in a video.
As happened with the previous home terminals Pixel 3 Lite is exposed to eyes all over the world without the company communicating anything about its development or setting a date for a launch event. What seems to have become a tradition was possible on this occasion by a recently launched YouTube channel where even hundreds of subscribers have been able to get one of the new Google creation units.
A very appealing environment
This new filtering has only confirmed what has been previously advanced by other means, confirming the exciting specifications that will make this terminal – with a set sales price – very attractive for those looking for a high-level Android experience without to have the investment that involves large-scale devices.
In this way, the Google Pixel 3 Lite will have a 5.56-inch LCD panel (and a few notable top and bottom frames as the standard model), the processor Qualcomm's Snapdragon 670 and a 4GB RAM. All of this, along with a 2.915 mAh battery and a headlamp valve, which, unlike the two models that made the range, had to be included. Its construction would be made of plastic instead of using more materials prize, and does not have some add-ons, such as a second speaker or a front double camera.
However, the photographic look, as shown in the video, It promises to maintain a quality similar to that found in Pixel 3 and 3 XL, which is excellent news for a middle market where one of the main points that always has room for improvement is photography. In the absence of a presentation – for which a few weeks might be lacking, if we take into account what we have experienced in the past – and to know its price, Pixel 3 Lite is positioned as an excellent move by Mountain View to bring the experience of their phones to the general public.