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Pixel 4a officially teased to launch on August 3

31 July 2020 0

Google has officially started sharing teasers confirming the Pixel 4a launch on August 3rd. It is the same date that was claimed in a recent leak shared by Jon Prosser, a well-known tipster. The official teasers include a dedicated page on the Google Store website along with new Facebook and Twitter account header images.

The dedicated teaser page features a coded message that needs to be decoded. It shows "Introducing The Google" and "Phone" with a total of six blocks between them. These blocks change colors when you click them and you need to arrange colors in the same order as Google's logo. The correct order is blue, red, yellow, blue, green, red after which you will be able to see the actual message.

The real message reads, "Just What You've Been Waiting For Phone". This is a reference to the long delay that we have seen with the Pixel 4a launch. It was originally expected to get official at Google I/O 2020 but the event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic around the globe. Google then scheduled the Android 11 Beta Launch Show in June but the smartphone did not make an appearance there as well. But finally, we are only a couple of days away from the official unveiling of the phone that has already leaked numerous times.

The teaser page further features a Lorem ipsum text that appears to be gibberish but is actually not. It includes a few made-up Latin words that are actually related to Pixel 4a features. Some of these are "videus, chatum, lowlightena capturum, blurtutate bokehus, megapixelum, longlastingis batterum." It is not hard to guess that these are meant for video, chat, low light photos, blur bokeh mode, camera megapixels, and long last battery life.

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Pixel 4a officially teased to launch on August 3
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