After a very off and illogical teaser that many interpreted as Google hinting at the possible existence of a Pixel 3 Ultra, it quickly became clear that this elusive devices was as real as Half-Life 3 ever was.
There's also the accented power button on the side which looks to be coloured Yellow on the white variant of the Pixel 3 Lite. On the front, the Pixel 3 Lite differentiates from the Pixel 3 with its lack of the wide-angle camera lens but the biggest sacrifice comes in the form of a single front-firing speaker instead of dual speakers on other Pixel phones. The processor changes and the battery shrinks, but the device may boast a 3.5mm headphone jack, too.
Anyway, the Google Pixel 3 Lite seems to sport a midrange Snapdragon 670 CPU, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and a 5.6-inch display that fits into a similar sized chassis as Apple's iPhone XR despite the smaller screen.
We recently reported that there might be another Pixel 3 device that Google skipped during their launch event.
We're just looking at a brief size comparison between phones out there in the wild right now, and an unannounced handset. A solid mid-ranger, it sounds like.
Everything is in the realm of rumors at this point, so we should promptly wait for the official announcement if and when Google decides the time is nigh.