Google’s new smart speaker is set to launch in 2020. According to the description of Digital Trends, the photo of the upcoming smart speaker has been leaked through a short video clip and a photo, which was revealed by Google’s PR team. Google has confirmed that it is Google’s upcoming device after the original was unveiled in 2016. Many users are really curious about the design, price, and other details of Google Nest Home and here we are with all the available details about the new smart speaker.
One of the most notable changes from the original Google Home is the size and the new speaker will be slightly longer. The original is 5.6 inches long and the new one will be 8.6 inches tall. Another change in design is the shape and Google Nest Home will look like an uncomfortable pillow, instead, bloated chips can take shape. The bottom of the speaker is covered with a cloth instead of a plastic top.
When we saw that the photo assumed that Google Nest Home would be available in two colors. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) documents look like the shadow of the gadget as Google’s favorite go-to, a greyish chalk shedding. In the official Google photograph, the gadget appears to have a similar water-shedding as that found on the Google Home Mini. It additionally appears as if the woman in the video may have a coral-heightened gadget. It is believed that at this time, Google will likely fulfill shading decisions with its own choice, charcoal.
Price and availability
There has been no official confirmation about the cost and availability of Google Nest Home and rumors have claimed that Google’s upcoming device will be announced at last month’s I / O conference. But it has been canceled due to the global epidemic. Google released a short video and a picture of the speaker indicating that they are going to offer it soon. According to reports, Google is also expected to announce its new Pixel phone, so it is likely that they will showcase the Google Nest Home speaker with it.
The full texture cover and shape can show that this gadget is progressively aimed for better stable quality. It would be nice if this speaker had 360-degree speakers, which could mean it could shoot sound from all sides rather than from the front like Google Home Max. However, in the video, the principal cut showed the speakers sponsored up to a divider, so we could not find that it had 360 capabilities. They can fill in as duality-sound system speakers, however, in the introductory section of the video, the man has two speakers, one on each side of his head.
In the video, the woman placed her Google gadget on the table without connecting. Similarly, when we refer, the young woman looks towards the end of the gadget. It can demonstrate that it is versatile. It can only charge the force rope and store the force in an internal battery pack. This may explain the larger size