Google has revealed its new Nest Smart speaker and confirmed its imminent launch alongside the Pixel 5 – expected a couple of months down the line. The revelation followed a regulatory leak that didn’t present the new Nest Speaker in the best of light.
Putting all rumors to rest, the company released an image and a short video featuring the new Google Nest Speaker.
First Look of upcoming Google Nest Smart Speaker
The video shows a blue color Google Smart Speaker which seems to be wireless and portable, unlike the previous versions. The Nest speaker this year is likely to make room for a battery.
The trailer video also shows that Google speaker to support stereo pairing. The Google Nest Smart speaker will stand vertically. It has a mesh-design in line with Google’s design ethos.
We have a few more images of the upcoming Google Smart speaker with the courtesy of the Japanese Wireless Standards website. The images explain a few more details about the Google Nest speaker that should be known at this point. The device is shown in chalk color from various angles with two power adapters.
The upcoming Google speaker measures 220mm in length. There is a mute button on the rear surface above Google’s “G” logo. The adapter comes with a 30W power rating.