And given that it's a Google Home device at heart, you'll have direct access to Google's growing smart home ecosystem and full access to the Google Assistant. Following rumors of two new Chromebooks, a leak of Google's Home Hub smart display is making the rounds today courtesy of MySmartPrice.
Around back, you will find the physical switch to mute the device's microphones and get a better look at the Smart Display's base.
The Home Hub features a seven-inch display and will likely to cost $150.
As the latest statistics show, Amazon is no longer leading the smart speaker race as Google appears to have taken over the once-leader of the niche category. As far as appearances are concerned, it looks a Google Home Max with a display attached to the front. Google initially threw its hat into the ring by announcing four third party competitors equipped with Google Assistant at CES.More news: Buffalo Bills player, Vontae Davis, decides to retire in middle of game
Currently, it's unclear how Google will choose to price the Home Hub but once it's released, users should be able to purchase the device in either Charcoal Gray or the Chalk White color that is depicted in the images. Now the system is adding integration with Google Assistant for voice control.
Google is apparently getting ready to launch its very own smart display: The company may soon unveil a new device dubbed the Google Home Hub that combines a voice-controlled smart speaker with a touch screen display, according to newly leaked product information. Nearly a year later, Google is expected to unveil its own smart display.
If the Google Home Hub is real, Google will hopefully give it a few extra features to help it stand out from the increasingly competitive crowd of smart displays. The top bezel has a bunch of sensors but doesn't seem to have a camera which is weird since the Lenovo Smart Display has a camera for video calling using Google Duo.