Google transferred data from a banana to a Pixel phone and shared footage of the entry-level karate lesson in its new YouTube commercial. Probably Google was aiming to go viral with the ad in question. However, it caused a question mark in the minds of the viewers more.
Google, one of the largest technology companies in the world; is at the center of the smartphone industry with its Android operating system. However, it cannot be said that Pixel series smartphones are very popular. Still, Google seems to be trying to create a sympathy for Pixel models with the commercials it publishes. Google, which recently released a new commercial; focuses on the “ease” of transferring data from the old phone to the new Pixel phone while switching from a different smartphone to Google Pixel phones. However, Google will want the commercial in question to be “viral”; which is using an interesting way to explain this feature.
The Video Includes Transferring Data From Banana to Pixel Phone
During the first 30 seconds of the video, the installation steps of the Google Pixel are shown, from this moment on, the old phone where the data was taken starts to be shown. However, in the video, the “thing” that the Google Pixel is connected to is not a smartphone, but a banana. We can guess that Google‘s use of “banana” instead of a different smartphone is a reference to Apple‘s iPhone models, which got their name from a fruit. Let’s talk about the most interesting place in the video.
What is interesting is that Google added images of the introductory karate lesson to the advertisement in question. Probably the company thought that these small additions would make the video more engaging. But to be honest, even the idea of copying data from a banana to a smartphone sounds like a more logical idea than adding images of karate lessons to a smartphone trailer.