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Google reveals Nest Hub Max release date but removes it later

24 July 2019 0

Google seems to have accidentally revealed Nest Hub Max release date. As spotted first by Droid-Life, Google made changes to the official device availability support page mentioning that Nest Hub Max would go on sale starting September 9th. It further added that sales will be live in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

The release date is in line with the previous announcement of a summer release which was made at Google I/O 2019. But for some reason, Google decided to remove the release date and replace it with the previously used placeholder "Coming Soon". It is speculated that the release date might have been made public ahead of the schedule. This makes sense because if September 9th is the date for real, then there is still more than a month to go.

To give you a Nest Hub Max overview, it is the biggest smart display device from Google. It was announced a couple of months ago and is aimed at those who want a device bigger than the Google Nest Hub (previously called Google Home Hub). It boasts a 10-inch HD display which makes it perfect for watching videos and checking details like weather, events, reminders, and more.

It has an integrated camera and microphone for facilitating video calling functionality. Google has offered a dedicated button for disabling both when not in use which is a way of making users feel safe. Additionally, there is a Green light that will be visible whenever the camera will be in use. It has been priced at $229 and as for release date, we will be keeping you updated as soon as Google will share anything.



Google reveals Nest Hub Max release date but removes it later
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