At this point, Motorola’s upcoming Moto 360 is the only Android Wear-powered smartwatch we’ve seen that people are actually excited for. The wait is now almost over, with Motorola stopping just short of confirming that it will announce availability details during a press event on September 4th. Samsung and LG already have Android Wear smartwatches available for purchase, but their reception thus far has been lukewarm at best. So now that the 360 is almost ready for prime time, Google is making another push to get some exposure for Android Wear.
The first part of its effort involves four new ads that show off various Android Wear watches and their capabilities.
Google’s new Android Wear spots focus on a few of the platform’s most touted features, including voice controls, Google Now and deep integration with Android-powered smartphones. They don’t have any surprises, but they do a good job of showing real-world scenarios where a smartwatch running Android Wear might come in handy.
All four new spots can be seen below.