New Google Home Hub smart display could arrive as early as October 22nd

Last month, newly filed FCC documents suggested that
Google may release an “Interactive Video Streaming Device”

called the Home Hub. Now, a photo tweeted by YouTuber
Jon Prosser
appears to confirm the product with additional
details about its capabilities.

The photo gives some broad details about what the Home Hub can
do. Its basic functions are similar to a Google Home speaker:
you can voice-control compatible smart home components, like
lights, security cameras, TVs, and speakers. It will also have
Voice Match for recognizing different people’s voice commands
to bring up their calendars, reminders, commute, and more on
the home screen. Unlike a smart speaker, the Home Hub is
supposed to deliver “visual, immersive answers” from Google
when asked questions on things like the weather or local
business info. It can also bring up relevant YouTube videos to
watch on the Home Hub dashboard.

This continues to confirm details that have already been leaked
about the Home Hub. And, if this photo proves to be correct,
the Home Hub will be available on October 22nd (at least in
England, as pounds are referenced instead of dollars), and it
will likely be announced at Google’s
upcoming event on October 9th

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