Google is bringing Nest Hub ( Originally called the Google Home Hub ). The smart home device manufacturer, both a distinct business under Alphabet and part of Google, is now being rebranded as Google Nest, announced by the business during its keynote Google I / O 2019.
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Google Nest Launched in India
At Rs 9,999, the Google Nest Hub was introduced in India. The device can be purchased through Flipkart, Tata Cliq, Croma, and Reliance Digital. It will be accessible in a color choice for Chalk and Charcoal.
Google also showed some of its other smart home products, including Google Home and Google Home Mini, Google Wifi, Chromecast and, of course, Nest’s current smart home products.
Using the Google Assistant integration, the Google Nest Hub understands your voice commands. It also includes various Google services, including Google Search, YouTube, and Google Photos. This means you can ask about a place, watch your favourite video, or just view your recent memories with family or friends through the Nest Hub.
Similar to a Google Home speaker, the Nest Hub comes with Voice Match that is touted to recognise multiple voices to provide a personalised experience. The device also supports Routines that help perform a series of actions by receiving a single voice command. For instance, you can say, “Hey Google, Goodnight” to let the device set an alarm, turn off the connected lights and TV, and play soothing music.
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Unlike the Home speakers, the Google Nest Hub features a touchscreen panel of 7 inches. It has two far-field microphones, a full-range speaker, and a light sensor for the Ambient EQ. It comes with 802.11ac and Bluetooth v5.0 support for Wi-Fi. It weighs 480 grams and measures 118×178.5×67.3 mm. The smart display also comes with assistance from more than 3,500 brands for controlling over 200 million devices.
The bezels are somewhat dense in terms of design and if you were expecting one, there is no camera on the front. The camera has been intentionally omitted to guarantee consumers are at peace of mind, Google says.