French Get Commercial for Nexus S [VIDEO]

A French TV spot for the Nexus S has landed online which gives viewers a very quick glimpse into the latest Pure Google phone.  Using four Google-inspired robot arms we get to see how voice-to-text works as well as how Google Goggles can solve Sudoku puzzles.  According to PointGphone (French) this ad has gone into heavy rotation on television. Given that we’re not like to see any advertisements around the phone here in the United States, we’re curious.  Do you think this would motivate folks to purchase one of these phones?  Does it sell you on Android or the Nexus S?

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFSOvw-zUfI&[/youtube]

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    April 05, 21:56 Reply

    If they want to be successful in France, they shouldn’t use Marseille to make advertisements. The most important people live in the north of France – and they hate Marseille :-)

  2. Anonymous
    April 05, 21:56 Reply

    Why is there no way, to remove my own double posts?

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