The new Nest speaker, likely to be named the Nest Home, looks very attractive and certainly fits into the overall Home aesthetic that Google has been building. The new Nest speaker sports an entirely different design from the original Google Home, and while Google was shy on the details of the speaker, it has been rumored that it could come with stereo pairing, a feature that originally debuted in the Google Home Max. Unfortunately, the company didn't reveal any information about the specs, or pricing of the Nest smart speaker.
According to the images, the upcoming device left behind the dual-tone cylindrical shape of the first Home and has more of a familiar pattern.
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The Google Nest will reportedly have more color options apart from the grey that is now in the photos and videos.
Google has also shared a brief teaser video that shows the speaker being used in the background.
There's now no more info on a release date for the new Google Home but there could be more news coming soon. Google seems as well to be working on a Home Max refresh as a more prominent speaker has also been spotted in the listing.
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The new Google Nest is expected to be the successor of the original Google Home series.
This is certainly an. interesting move, especially considering the fact Amazon made the second and third-gen Echos much shorter than the first-gen cylinder released all the way back in 2014.
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