Google Nexus 5 commercial: “I Do”

We are all running around the office like there is no tomorrow! The Nexus 5 has just become available for purchase, KitKat is out of the bag and we can’t wait to have our hands all over Google’s new phone! We have to stop for a bit and take a breath after all this excitement, and what better way to do it than watching Google’s first commercial for the Nexus 5?

The commercial is simple. It starts with a lady asking Google Now to show her her wedding photos. Does this mean that Gogole Now will work with Google+’s new features? Probably so. Google Now will probably take the photos automatically categorized by Google+, and throw all the memories at you.

More details on KitKat are coming, guys! Stay tuned and enjoy the video. So tell me… WHO IS BUYING?!

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  • oneyedmonkey

    Id love to show this video to my wife in hopes that she might want one, but instead she will probably bother me about our wedding

    • PRDiddy

      LMAO

    • blest

      Lol double edged sword

    • oneyedmonkey

      Apologies to my beautiful wife who just saw my comment and said I was more excited about the release of this damn phone than I was about our wedding. Love you babe

      • AndroidProfit

        Sounds like you need to use google now to find the nearest florist….and a kitkat.

      • ChristianMcC

        Oh, poop.

      • Robb Nunya

        !!!

  • Nicholas Hrycun

    Google now has been able to search your photos for along time now.

    • AndroidProfit

      Do you mean with a Nexus device? I have the Note 2 and, unless I am missing something, it wouldn’t work.

      • ChristianMcC

        Do you have auto backup to G+ enabled?

        • AndroidProfit

          No I don’t so maybe that is the issue? I will play with this and see if I can get it to work. I use my phone for work so that would be killer if I could ask Google to open a specific google doc file. Glad to see that Google continues to push forward with Google Now and add soooo many killer features…WOO HOO!

      • Nicholas Hrycun

        You would have to have auto backup enabled or it would only search the photos that you have uploaded to G+.

  • DYNK

    I’m going to propose to this device when I get it on Saturday
    Ahhhh butterflies

    • oneyedmonkey

      Ha still way cheaper than actually getting married

      • ChristianMcC

        $1800 for our wedding with 36 people and luncheon, or 4 32GB N5’s with taxes. Decisions, decisions…..

        • Robb Nunya

          $1800 is cheap. I thought we did it cheap at ~$4000

  • goldemi

    i like that they cover all types of marriage. kudos on not being afraid to offend.

    • Larry Garfield

      At 0:09, there’s what appears to be a mixed-racial, homosexual couple. Google, you win. Bravo.

      • goldemi

        yup, i saw the same…covered the gamut, and not in a veiled ‘we’re doing it cuz we have to but not really’ way. im pretty conservative and i love this.

        • lolwut

          Nexus spreads love not hate

    • Robb Nunya

      The only thing about that part that was offensive was that they had to go to a governmental body to get a “license.” :) Libertarian minarchist checking in yo!

  • surethom

    Very good advert.

  • AndroidProfit

    Hmmm just might have to start organizing my photos on Google+ for that cool feature!

  • Walkop

    Ordered and confirmed over here in Canada! 16GB for me.

  • rsg

    Gonna wait on this until I hear more on battery performance and possible first batch issues. Will get one later this year.

  • Robabobbob

    Me!!!

  • TheHowiie

    Christmas can’t get here soon enough lol

  • Robb Nunya

    This implies some mighty big promises for the camera.
    1> The low light shooting is good/great
    2> the OIS is really good (see the hopping woman taking shots)
    3> Photosphere has gotten better (KitKat thing, not a camera thing, but still)
    4> The focus is hella fast (Again, see the hopping woman)

    Hopefully, it lives up to all of the Hype they just generated. A Nexus with a GREAT camera would be a first, and a welcome one at that.

    • No_Nickname90

      Yes. I was thinking that too. And I was also seeing a steroscope feature, the gif-like picture the kid took of the elder lady.