New ads for Android have been released by Google just ahead of its rumored Nexus 6 and Android L launch. The three ads feature animated characters, and at the end of each ad is the slogan “Be Together. Not the same,” which is not a slogan we have seen before from the company.
All of the characters are designed to look like the main Android logo. With the new slogan, it seems Google is trying to push forward the idea that while there are dozens of companies coming out with Android smartphones, they are all connected, hence “be together” but “not the same.”
Google itself along with many other sources have stated the Nexus 6 phablet will be introduced this month. One of the three ads, “Bus Stop”, suddenly shows a large unnamed Android smartphone. It’s possible Google may be hinting at the Nexus 6 since the phone is expected to have a display size of nearly 6-inches.
With the ads, Google has both a new message that attempts to tie different Android devices together and a way to attract new users. Each ad features small and cute animated characters, making Android and the devices that run it a little more approachable and appealing.
Via [The Verge]