Render Images of Google’s Pixel 3 Lite and XL Lite Leaked

It looks as if Pixel 3 lite isn’t the only phone that Google is releasing

Google’s Pixel phone has been the talk of the town recently with rumors circulating of a possible budget Pixel phone. Some of the pictures of the Pixel 3 Lite were leaked last month and now we have more renders of the phone. Not only that, but render images of a larger variant have also leaked with the new Google Pixel device called as the Pixel 3 XL Lite.

The new CAD-based renders give us a clearer picture of the upcoming budget phones from Google. The standard Pixel 3 Lite phone is all set to have a 5.5-inch display screen. On the other hand, the Pixel 3 XL Lite will have the 6-inch display screen. The notable difference in the display of XL Lite and XL will be of the notched display.

The device is made up of the same plastic that was witnessed in the initial leaks. The XL Lite may have a Snapdragon 710 processor but that is still not clear. The Pixel 3 Lite is being powered by the Snapdragon 670, so we may just witness the same processor in the larger variant as well. From the render images of the phone, the camera and the two-tone outer design look to be the same.

The render images also show a USB-C port along with a headphone jack. There seems to be no SD card slot available in the phone, so we might just have internal storage in the Lite series. Keeping in mind that the Lite series will be mid-ranged phones, it will be interesting to see if Google can drop the idea of having SD storage.

Other specifications about the phones are still not clear with some rumors circulating of 12 MP rear and 8MP front camera. The Pixel lineup is famous for its camera so Google might just hold up on its expertise in the Lite lineup. Pixel phones are quite expensive and this will be the first time when the company will be launching its mid-ranged phones for consumers.

Bill Wilson
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