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Update, September 6, 2019 (5:39PM EST): We now know what the Pixel Themes app might look like. Check out the article below to learn more!


Previously spotted as literally a shell of what it could be, the Pixel Themes app was once again spotted by the folks at XDA-Developers. This time around, they grabbed screenshots of the unreleased app.

Based on the screenshots, Pixel Themes will let you change the accent color, font, wallpaper, and clock type for the lock screen and ambient display. The screenshots show Style, Clock, and Wallpaper sections near the bottom navigation area, with the Style section displaying preview screens for changes you want to make.

You’ll also get to change the homescreen layout, with options include 3×3, 4×4, and 5×5.

According to XDA, Pixel Themes will include three non-default pre-installed themes. Here are the names and descriptions for each one:

  • Crayon: Purple accent color, Arbutus font, circular/teardrop icons
  • Collage: Green accent color, Arvo and Lato font, filled icons
  • Ash: Black accent color, Rubik font, rounded/squircle icons

XDA surmised we’ll see the Pixel Themes app debut alongside the Google Pixel 4. Google hasn’t confirmed the Pixel 4’s launch, but leaked information from Verizon suggests the company will announce its upcoming flagships in October.

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