Google Home Hub revealed, FCC may have looked over it

It seems that Google is nearly ready to take on the Amazon Echo Show with its own Google Assistant-powered screened device.

Other OEMs have been running their own Google Assistant OS devices this year, but it’s suspected that a first-party device will come when the company holds its event on October 9.

MySmartPrice has obtained information and web-ready information slides showing off the device and what it can do. The Google Home Hub, as it’s being called, features a 7-inch LCD. Pictures show it being used to schedule tasks, monitor a connected doorbell camera and showcase photos and videos. More pictures can be seen at the source, linked below the story.

The device weighs nearly half a kilogram and spans 178.5 x 118 x 67.3mm. It’s got dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and runs off of a 15W DC block.

It’s believed that device has been certified by the FCC for RF regulations based on the label artwork.

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