Google unveiled Pixel 4a with ‘lorem ipsum’ on 3 August

After being completely leaked, Google has remained silent about expecting its next mid-range phone. Pixel 4A is most likely replacing today with “Lorum Epsom”.

Made by Google today updated their Facebook and Twitter Pages with a new cover image. It has a black hole-punch in the upper-left corner which is clearly a clue to the Pixel 4a and its front-facing camera.

In the case of subsequent social media presence, the account was renamed to “Google RTing, Meme Loving, Info Sharing Stream”. There are many Google color boxes that probably describe and manipulate the Pixel 4a.

It links to a new Google Store landing page with an Easter egg, revealing the date of 3 August. (Tap the box until they match the order of the Google logo: blue, red, yellow, blue, green, and red.) The text then reads: “Google Just What You’re Waiting For Phone.” This is clearly a sign that people have been waiting for this phone since May.

Meanwhile, a phone-shaped object that matches the Pixel 4A is covered in a checkboard pattern.

Below the “Lorem Epsom” paragraph are several – of course – non-Latin terms that are actually describing features such as camera, night-site low-light capabilities, bokeh, and all-day battery life.

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