Over the past month we have heard rumors about the potential launch of the Pixel 3 Lite phone – a cheaper and less powerful version of Google's flagship phone – and now another image supposedly with the average ranger appeared on the web.
Posted on Twitter by Russian blogger @jc_ru, the snap states to show the new Pixel 3 Lite on the left and the existing Pixel 3 on the right. The next medium-range phone supposedly has a slightly larger 5.56-inch display, using an aspect ratio of 18.5: 9 a bit higher, and as in Pixel 3 there is no sign of a notch.
While the Pixel 3 Lite uses a slower processor than other Pixel 3 phones – a Snapdragon 670 was discussed – it is also being inclined to use the same 12.2MP rear camera, so you should be able to get some fantastic shots of it .
Sargo and Pixel 3 pic.twitter.com/FOJQY7qp1kNovember 23, 2018
In fact, some sample photos have already leaked out, displaying Pixel 3 Lite's photo capturing capabilities. However, the phone does not receive a dual-lens front camera, reports suggest, which means no wide-angle group photo in this model.
All the leaks of the Pixel 3 Lite so far have come from Russia, which coincides with many of the leaks we saw before the release of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. If Google wants to increase the rumors and leaks before the appearance of Pixel 4 hardware next year, then its operations in Russia can be a good place to start.
With nothing official from Google yet, we can not confirm that this is a real device – or, if it is, where it will be on sale – but considering the rumors of a mid-range Pixel phone running for a long time now, a launch in the near future could be on the cards.