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Technology Home successor: Google shows new Nest Smart speaker

11:17  13 july  2020
11:17  13 july  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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Google Home successor in the works according to new rumor. Google might be ready to launch a new Nest -branded smart speaker , codenamed Prince, that's more powerful than Google is planning to launch a new Nest -branded smart speaker , sources familiar with the matter tell 9to5 Google .

The original Google Home speaker launched 4 years ago. That device is long overdue for a successor and it appears a new Nest speaker is coming. Update 1 (7/9/2020 @ 08:55 PM ET): Google just surprised us with an image and video showing off the new Nest smart speaker .

Der neue Google Nest Smart Speaker soll den Google Home ablösen. © Source: Google The new Google Nest Smart Speaker is to replace the Google Home.

Google has officially shown its new speaker from the Nest series. After a few leaks, Google has now published a first photo of the successor to the Google Home.

Google will soon be launching a new SmartSpeaker to replace the Google Home. After numerous leaks , an official photo and video should now show the new Nest speaker.

So far, there is little more information about the smart speaker. Google's Nest Smartspeaker should not only play music, but also answer questions and control other smart home devices. Google is said to have confirmed to US media that it is working on a new speaker. Google recently announced to The Verge that employees are currently working on the new device from home.

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Google Home successor in the works according to new rumor. Google is gearing up to release a new Nest smart speaker that is allegedly codenamed 'prince,' a new leak claims. There is a new Google Nest -branded smart speaker on the way that can act as an upgrade for the mid-level

Google is planning to launch a new Nest -branded smart speaker , sources familiar with the matter tell 9to5 Google . The device will look Google had launched its Assistant-powered smart speaker Google Home back in 2016. Since then, the company has refreshed its smart speaker lineup and

release date still unknown

The photo now published shows the new speaker in a light blue color with a side seam that is clearly visible. The video also shows briefly how a girl holds the nest speaker in her hands. The video also suggests that multiple Google speakers may be linked together.

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