This exposure gives us a good understanding of the performance of the upcoming Pixel 3 Lite XL. The new Pixel 3 Lite XL benchmark shows that it's the new Nexus phone we've been waiting for. A leak in January suggested that Pixel 3 Lite would be equipped with Snapdragon 710 processors and 4GB memory, but that did not seem to be the case anymore. The newly exposed Geekbench benchmark refers to the full name of the product being tested, Google Pixel 3 Lite XL. The exposure score is even lower than before. The single-core and multi-core test scores are 866 and 4272, respectively, lower than those of 1640 and 4973 exposed a few weeks ago.
The benchmark test also shows that the phone runs Android 9.0 Pie with Snapdragon 625 processor and 3GB memory. Assuming that the benchmark delivers real information, Google may further lower the threshold and make it easier for consumers looking for cheaper PIxel phones to access. In addition to mid-range specifications, the Pixel3 Lite series will face other tradeoffs, including quality. It is not clear whether cheap Pixel phones will retain the same camera functions as regular Pixel 3 phones.
That is to say, we don't know what price a Pixel3 Lite phone will cost, because Google has been promoting since the Pixel3 series was launched in October last year, which has greatly reduced the price of the phone. Google doesn't seem eager to launch a new phone either. Google may launch Pixel 3 Lite smartphones on Google I/O in May.