FCC leak suggests Google’s Home Hub display is about to be released

Google wants to see next generation Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL on October 9th. However, recently, the event to reveal a new pair of flagship cars recently is the Bush League. If you really want to compete with Amazon and its 70 new devices, you need some surprises.

That's why we are planning to announce a new smart home device, such as Google Home with a screen that competes with Amazon's Alexa Show. We have already seen a leak of Google Home Hub with a series of renderings, but the new document set from the Federal Communications Commission seems to give the device more realism and giving a release date idea.

FCC submission, 9to5Google We have a Google H1A model number tailored to older Google home audio devices older than H0. The majority of the document is still secret, but in light of the information published by the FCC, you can see that there is an elliptical foundation to which FCC labels are affixed. There is also at least one Wi – Fi radio, but this is not surprising at all.

Potentially, this could be another type of device such as a new Google Home speaker or charging station. However, given the rendering we saw and allowing Google to display Google Assistant to other companies already, this is not a Google home hub.

Assuming this is the case, it is suggesting that the appearance of home hub at FCC will be announced in the near future. Devices tend not to appear on the FCC for weeks or months before they are released. Everything is going to be announced at the Google event in October.

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