New images of the Pixel 3 Lite reveal a size that is bigger than the iPhone XS and is rumored to be powered by the Snapdragon 670 processor.

The Pixel 3 Lite is in the news again, with a fresh lot of images of the rumored Pixel derivate making it to the world wide web. What is also interesting with the latest images is that those have been shot along with what could be its likely competitors, if Pixel 3 Lite ever gets to reach shop floors, that is.

Also, with the Pixel 3 Lite shot along with other handsets of its class, a few things immediately become apparent. That includes its size, which is evident will be the same as that of the iPhone XR. That said, the Pixel 3 Lite seems to be a bit narrower compared to the Apple flagship.

The size also comes as a surprise as many had initially suspected it to be smaller than the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 Xl considering that the Lite is targeted at the budget segment. In another perspective, the Lite is bigger than the iPhone XR but is slightly smaller than the Pixel 3 XL.

Meanwhile, rumor has it that the Lite will come with a 5.56-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2220 x 1080 pixels. Also, unlike its more illustrious Pixel 3 brethren, the Lite will have a plastic build to justify its costs which is lower than the other flagships Pixels 3 phones.

Also, it’s a Snapdragon 670 processor that is expected to power the phone though there is no idea what other specifications like memory or storage will be like. It will also be interesting to see if the Lite benefits from the camera setup that the Pixel 3 range comes with and which has won accolades for its superb quality images, particularly the ones shot in low light conditions.

See Also: Google Duplex AI rolled out to some Pixel 3 owners in the US.

Coming back to the leaked images, those reveal headphone jacks, something missing on the Pixel 3 duo. However, let’s not forget these are unofficial leaks that shouldn’t be too surprising if those turn out to be false after all. In fact, the images reveal a ‘C’ logo at the rear instead of ‘G,’ and that does not bode well so far as the legitimacy of the image is concerned.

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