Google Pixel 3 Lite leaked in hands-on video review

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We've been hearing rumblings of a midrange Pixel 3 "Lite" for a few months now, but a new leak by Andro News seems to all but confirm the phone is on the way - and it's already looking interesting enough for me to want one.

Andro News says that the Google Pixel 3 Lite is expected to hit shelves in the United States sometime in the spring this year, and "just after Google I/O".

The front of the phone looks similar to the Pixel 3 - it has thick bezels on the bottom and top and it doesn't come with a dual selfie camera and neither with a front firing speaker in the bottom. The handset appears to have nearly non-existent bezels, and without any thick bottom chin, unlike Pixel 3 XL. Unlike, the Pixel 3 devices, the Pixel 3 Lite doesn't have the ugly notch and also features the conventional 3.5mm headphone jack as well.

Solid camera performance on the Pixel 3 Lite might also cannibalize sales of the regular versions.

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Other differences between this device and the standard Pixel 3 include bottom-mounted speakers instead of front-facing stereo speakers on the Pixel 3, slightly larger bezels, and what appears to be a new pale blue colour option. Although there is no official confirmation on the existence of the smartphone, a new Google Pixel 3 Lite review video (seen below) seems to have nothing left to the imagination. The display used on the Pixel 3 Lite is a 5.56-inch panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels.

Evidence pointing to the existence of a budget Pixel 3 from Google surfaced late past year. The video linked above, meanwhile, mentions that we're not likely to see the Google Pixel 3 Lite release until Spring 2019.

The video comes courtesy of Ukrainian tech blog Andro News, which appears to have uploaded its first video a mere six days ago. The front camera setup, however, consists of a single 8-megapixel camera. Whatever the case I hope Google try and bring something modern and competitive in the Pixel 4 - they certainly need to do something about that notch. That said, being a Pixel device, you will get unlimited storage on Google Photos for images captured using the handset.

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