Google Home Hub officially announced

Google Home Hub officially announced

Google has announced a new member of their smart devices for the home that is equipped with a display, the Google Home Hub.

The Google Home Hub comes in four different colors and features a floating display so Google Assistant can provide users with information in a more visual way. It features Ambient EQ which uses a dedicated sensor combined with imaging algorithm so the display can automatically adjust based on ambient lighting.

It is still powered by Google Assistant and uses Voice Match to recognize the user’s voice and create a personalized the response based on that user, which is handy if there are multiple people using the Hub.


It works with existing Google apps like Calendar, Photos, and YouTube. It’s compatible to work with Nest devices and other smart home products via its Home View feature.

Google Home Hub specs:
7-inch LCD touch screen
Full range speaker w/ 2 mic array
Light sensor
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz/5Ghz)
Bluetooth 5.0
15W adapter
DC Power Jack
67.3 x 178.5 x 118mm
Sand, Aqua, Chalk, Charcoal

The Google Home Hub is priced at $149 and comes with 6-months of YouTube Premium. It is available for pre-order today and will ship on October 22.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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