Google Pixel 3 lite photographed next to original Pixel, several iPhones

Peter, 26 November 2018

The Pixel 3 lite will be a more petite device compared to the other 3rd generation Google phones, it will have a 5.56” screen. Here’s how it compares with the current Pixel 3 duo as well as a selection of iPhones.

Original Pixel and Pixel 3 lite Pixel 3 lite and original Pixel Pixel 3 lite and original Pixel
Pixel 3 lite and original Pixel

It’s about same size as the original Pixel (the new Pixel 3 too) and the iPhone XR. The screen is an IPS LCD panel with 1,080 x 2,220px resolution (18.5:9), a departure from the AMOLED-only 3rd generation.

iPhone XR and Pixel 3 lite next to iPhone X next to iPhone XS (left) and XR (right)
iPhone XR and Pixel 3 lite • next to iPhone X • next to iPhone XS (left) and XR (right)

The Google Pixel 3 lite will be a mid-ranger powered by Snapdragon 670 with 4GB of RAM (same as the Pixel 3) and only 32GB storage (non-expandable). On the plus side, it will have the awesome Pixel camera (here are some early camera samples), a 3.5mm headphone jack and a lower price.

Pixel 3 lite next to iPhone XR (blue), XS (black) and 5s (space gray) next to the Nokia 3310 (original)
Pixel 3 lite next to iPhone XR (blue), XS (black) and 5s (space gray) • next to the Nokia 3310 (original)

There's no word on when this mid-range Pixel will be released, but there's only a month left in 2018, so we are probably looking at a launch early next year (CES, maybe?).

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