Google has seemingly accidentally released three new ads designed to promote the newest members of its Nexus device family.
The ads, first spotted by Google+ user Christian Colocho, have since been removed, but not before they were captured and put on YouTube to be preserved forever. In the series of three, the tagline “be together. not the same.” was used in each.
While Google doesn’t exactly telegraph the fact, it looks like they’re showing off some new devices. In some shots you can clearly see a comically large smartphone, with a curved rear panel and the new Android L UI displayed on the call screen. In another shot, a passenger is seen holding a tablet, alongside another holding a smartphone, which seems to corroborate rumors that a new Nexus tablet is also expected to land alongside a new smartphone.
Of course, none of this info is confirmed, but if The Wall Street Journal is correct, we shouldn’t have long to wait to find out – the new Nexus devices are reportedly arriving this month.
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