As the hype surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 launches on August 10, Google has secretly tweeted with a cryptic message behind it that may refer to the month of the Pixel 7 lineup being announced.
While it may take some time to remember what your math teacher tried to teach you in school, it’s not that hard to figure out Google’s equation as the folks at Tom’s guide quickly found out.
First, let’s take a look at the image attached to the tweet. We see four Pixel phones going like this from left to right: Pixel 3, Pixel 6, Pixel 3 and the first Pixel to ever come out. If we omit the “Pixel” part, the numbers and the rest of the equation Google presented are left: 3 x 6 – 3 ⅓ x 1.
Long story short, the solution to this equation leaves us with the number 9. So, what could this “9” refer to? As we already know from a previous leak, Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro would most likely be available for pre-order on October 6, with availability starting October 13.
With that in mind, we can speculate that Google isn’t telling us the new Pixel duo will be announced on October 9. So what else could it be if not the actual month when the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will be announced on stage by Google September!
There have already been some hints that Google wants to launch its new phone line earlier this time than in previous years. First, there was the whole super-premature reveal where Google announced the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro design months in advance, so everyone knows how ready the company is for this launch.