Late last night during a Walking Dead episode on AMC’s website, one lucky viewer was able to catch a glimpse at Google’s new marketing campaign for Android. In the 30-second clip, a group of Bugdroids are hanging out at a bus stop when a phone starts ringing (a new ringtone by the way). A couple check their phones, but then the smallest Bugdroid whips out this monster of a phone and starts chatting away. Lo and behold, the Nexus 6.
The phone looks exactly like a huge Moto X, much like how Android Police described the Nexus 6, and it has the Android L navigation bar. This, to some people’s dismay, confirms the triangle-circle-square buttons in the navigation bar for the next release of Android.
This wasn’t the only video to be released, and thanks to Droid-Life, you can see all of the new Android ads:
The Nexus 6 isn’t the only thing to make an appearance. We’ve seen some of these things before, like a G Watch, a Moto 360, and a Galaxy S5, but it also looks like there’s a Nexus 9 in the Winnebago video. Could it be?
Also there’s a naked Bugdroid. Strange.
Overall it shows an interesting new campaign that Google is trying: “Be together. Not the same.” Maybe instead of trying to fight fragmentation, they are embracing it. With the screen showing “All kinds of phones for all kinds of people,” this seems likely. Either way, October is shaping up to be an interesting month. Tomorrow might even be the most interesting day of them all, but nothing has been confirmed yet.