The first commercial for Google's new superphones has already leaked

Google is expected to launch two new phones, the Pixel and Pixel XL, in San Francisco later on Tuesday.

We already know pretty much everything about the Android devices, thanks to a vertitable avalanche of leaks popping up around the internet in the past few weeks.

Now, a commercial for the first two “Made By Google” phones has leaked, courtesy of Google+ user Rabid Rotty, who says the ad aired on TV in Edmonton, Canada.

The video starts with a child asking, “What is that?” 

His friend replies, “I don’t know. Ask Google.” Then, the Google search bar, and later, a white rectangle, appears superimposed on several different scenes, including a poker table, out in the wilderness, and in a city. 

The end of the video encourages viewers to visit google.com/phone, which isn’t live yet. 

Here’s the phone: 

Here’s the video: 

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