Here is the Newest Google Pixel Commercial


Solid effort, as always in the commercial department from Google. Will it get people to buy the Pixel and Pixel XL? Tough call, but the Galaxy Note 7 becoming an officially non-existent former bomb won’t hurt.

Also, you heard that Verizon plans to issue updates to their variants the same day as Google, right? Let’s hope they keep up with that for the life of the phones. If so, the Pixel and its bigger brother are going to be tough to deny in the coming months.

UPDATE: Another new commercial has arrived along with the spot above. Enjoy!

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