Although it has said in the past that it only focuses on the high-end market in the smartphone market, Google is currently developing a mid-range Pixel 3 version. The device, code-named Sargo, was leaked for the first time a week ago, and since then we have seen so-called camera samples.
Today, Sargo (which will be called Google Pixel 3 Lite) leaks again, this time next to Pixel 3.
If the similarities between the two phones are confusing, please note that the Lite model is on the left and the Pixel 3 is on the right. Lite’s screen is slightly higher than Pixel 3 because its diagonal is 5.56 inches (compared to 5.5 inches) and the aspect ratio is 18.5:9 instead of 18:9.
Pixel 3 Lite is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 670 SoC, which has 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage (although this is only a basic amount, you can also purchase a 64GB model) and a 2,915 mAh battery. By the way, this is exactly the same as the battery capacity of the Pixel 3.
Lite is expected to use the same 12 MP rear camera as its higher-priced brother, which means it will immediately become the mid-range with the best main squid. On the front, you will get an 8 MP self-timer unit, which may be the “normal” cam in the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. However, there are no dual self-timer shooters here.
Obviously, Pixel 3 Lite should run Android 9 Pie, but the bad news is that it may only be available in certain developing markets. At the speed at which it begins to leak, we assume that future official statements will not be too far. Oh, one more thing: Pixel 3 Lite has a headphone jack.