At this point it may be a tradition that new Google phones show up in unboxing videos from Eastern Europe.
Before they’ve even been announced. So it is with the so-called “Pixel 3 Lite.
” a midrange Pixel phone that’s already leaked extensively but has now shown up in apparently near-final form on video thanks to a new YouTube channel called Andro News. (Update: The original video has been removed from YouTube, but others have reuploaded it as seen below.)
The phone is supposedly codenamed “Sargo” and runs on a Snapdragon 670 processor and 4GB of RAM. It looks similar to the Pixel 3, with fairly sizable bezels above and below the screen.
But there’s no secondary selfie camera on the top or front-facing speaker on either. The chassis is seemingly constructed out of plastic.
And unlike on the flagship Pixel models Google has made room for a headphone jack. The screen is said to be a 5.56-inch 2220 x 1080 LCD, while the battery is reportedly 2,915mAh.