Google Pixel 4a teaser launch

After being delayed a few months back, the Google Pixel 4a midrange smartphone’s launch date has been set for this August 3 according to a placeholder page on the Google Store, albeit in a cryptic fashion. 

Once you enter the website, you’ll have to rearrange the coloured blocks in the correct order of by way of how they appear on the Google logo – so it’s Blue, Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Red. 

Google Pixel 4a teaser website

Once you break the code, the blocks will reveal the copy “The Google Just What You’ve Been Waiting For Phone” – very strange way to say something so bold.

They also hint at what the phone excel at in a wall of lorem ipsum texts that contain fake Latin words like lowlightena capturumbokehusvedius chatum, ac megapixelum, and longlastingis batterum. Very cheeky Google. 

Finally, you also see the August 3 date plastered in front of a silhouette of a phone that covered in a checkered background – suggesting that’s the general shape of the Pixel 4a, not much else to go on there.

So there you go, the small bits of info Google is willing to put out about the Google Pixel 4a – we’ll be sure to keep you updated on what happens this August 3 and see what all the teasing is about. 

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Warren Lee
Warren Lee
1 month ago

Google always do this kind of weird stuff.