Google has rolled out three new adverts for its Android operating system, hinting that new Nexus devices are due any day now.
The first shows a queue of people waiting at a bus stop. One of their phones is ringing. A couple of them check their small mobiles, and see it isn't them. Then the smallest person there whips out a whopping great smartphone and has a chat.
Could this hint that the Nexus 6 does indeed boast a massive 6-inch screen, as the rumours say?
The second ad gives less away. It sees a bunch of figures dancing to 90s r'n'b smash This Is How We Do It, while the third sees similar figures in a Winnebago, nodding their heads to Whoomp There It Is.
The slogans are interesting too. The first ad has the legend: "All kinds of phones for all kinds of folks." All three have the tagline: "Be together. Not the same."
Again, this could refer to the slightly unconventional sizes Google is going for with its new Nexus devices.
The Nexus 9 is rumoured to be made by HTC – which hasn't made a slate PC since 2011's ill-fated HTC Flyer – and to boast an 8.9-inch screen with a resolution of 2,048x1,440 pixels.
We're also expecting news of Android L alongside these two new devices, so stay tuned.
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