Where the authentic Home had a slick hidden port, this new Nest-branded speaker has a common plug that juts out the again.
Google does not state which particular Google Home product this new Nest speaker will replace, but it seems that it will most likely end up replacing Google Home, although its new name remains unclear.
With the Google Assistant onboard, the speaker will be used to control smart home devices, just like the current range of Nest smart speakers and displays.
A picture and video show the new Nest speaker in the flesh, adopting the same design seen across Google's existing Nest speakers, as well as a larger, vertically standing form akin to the Google Home Max.
To begin with, it arrives in a new pastel blue colour and it appears to be that the device can be stood up on its finish or laid flat on surfaces.
With these details, it positions the device between the likes of GoogleHome Max and Google Home, with the Google Home Max featuring two tweeters and two woofers. Thanks to some research by @androidtv_rumor, we've been able to confirm the product with the help of several photos. But given that regulators are assessing the device, chances are the company won't wait too much longer to launch it.
The original Google Home speaker was made from white plastic with a grey fabric grille on the bottom half. One is a simple cylindrical speaker while the other is a taller oblong that would fit well in your living room.
Whenever this product does arrive, it will switch the original Google House.
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