The internet may have passed a little overboard egg hunts surrounded by the noisy Google Pixel 3 Ultra, which was universally praised as the admiral ship to end all gadget rivalries in late 2018 and was the digital moon of intelligent technicians. After a highly off and illogical teaser that many interpreted as Google suggesting the possible existence of a Pixel 3 Ultra, it quickly became clear that these elusive devices were as real as Half-Life 3.
Well, Pixel 3 Ultra may not be real, but it seems that the Pixel 3 Lite (coded Sargo) that appeared a few days ago is very, very real. The Russian Wylsacom site, which is behind some of the biggest leaks of Pixel 3 earlier this year, is back again with another major leak, this time on Pixel 3 Lite. The media came in a kind of retail unit, which immediately led to an improvised impression with the average Pixel model and compared it with a large number of popular phones.
As you may have already seen from our previous coverage on this topic, Pixel 3 Lite is powered by a remote processor, something new to Google. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 670 chipset and has 4GB of RAM, along with 32 native storage cassettes without a microSD card slot and a 2,915mAh battery on the deck. Depending on the size, Pixel 3 Lite is quite similar to the iPhone XR, despite having a much smaller, 5.6 inch screen – this can be attributed to the more traditional design of the new Google device that does not use a rough appearance.
The resumption is, however, that the Pixel 3 Lite resembles all the hardware and software available in the standard Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL models, which could be a very important point of sale for the Pixel 3 Lite.
Everything is rumors at the moment, so we should wait for the official announcement if and when Google decides that time is near. You can check some of the photos taken by Wylsacom just below.
Pixel 3 Lite hands-on images