Google Glass, the smartwatch that has been the company’s most successful product in years, is finally coming to Android.
In an effort to show the device off to the world, Google is releasing an ad campaign for the device.
You can see it below.
As of today, the campaign is only available in Australia and New Zealand.
While Google has been releasing more information about the device and its capabilities, it hasn’t shared any ads that are available on the device in other markets.
We’ve been seeing some ads appear in China, which we assume is the primary target of this campaign.
The ads appear to be aimed at the Chinese consumer, but Google hasn’t yet confirmed if they are targeted at any other markets beyond China.
The campaign is available on Google’s AdWords and Google+ ad networks, but the company has yet to share the ads in other languages.
This is Google’s first time making a public attempt to advertise a smartwatch.
Previously, the company had only done this with the Google Glass accessory.
This ad campaign is a big step for Google to show off its latest products to the masses, especially since it’s launching on Android devices with the platform’s native advertising tool.
The ad campaign has also been very clear that the ads will run on a wide range of devices, from a Nexus 7 to a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+.
While the device itself doesn’t offer a display, it does come with Google’s Google Assistant app, so it should make for a nice experience when it arrives on a device.