Mystery Google Media Device Appears at FCC

Posted on June 1, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Google with 3 Comments

Google could be working on a new Home/Nest device. According to a new report from Droid Life, a new media device from Google has appeared at the FCC recently.

There isn’t a lot of details about the new product, but all we know is that it is a media device, and is most likely a part of Google’s Home line of devices. The device has an ID of A4RH2B, with a model number of H2B. That matches the model numbers of the rest of the Home line — with the Home Mini being H0A, Home Max being H0B, Home Hub being H1A, and the new Nest Hub Max being H2A.

There aren’t any pictures of the new device, but we have a diagram of the bottom of the device, which looks pretty small and compact. The FCC listing also reveals the device is powered by a 3.8B lithium-ion battery, suggesting that it could come with replaceable batteries. But either way, it’s still a big mystery for now.

It’s possible the new device could be a Mini version of the Nest Home Hub and the Nest Home Hub Max, coming at an even lower price. We shall see.

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