If the FCC gave us the first images of the Google Home that comes to replace the original model, Google did not want us to be left with a bad impression. Some users and media had criticized the aesthetics for how it looked in those images, so Google has decided to publish official information, although the new product has not yet been presented.
In XDA They have had access to a short video showing the new smart speaker.
Here’s the 13 second video they shared with us. pic.twitter.com/TMw9HSeSbC
– Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) July 10, 2020
As the XDA editor himself says, the video is only 13 seconds long and is more of a teaser than an ad itself. Despite that, we can see that the new speaker is available in at least two colors, pink and blue, as you can see in the following images.
In addition, the placement of 2 units in the same space suggests that we can finally use them as a stereo system, making the right sound channel come out through one speaker and the left through another.
In the header image we also see where the four LEDs of the new Google Home will be that will indicate communication when we give voice commands. They will also serve to know what is the volume at which the speaker is when we modify it by touching it, just as we do in the rest of Google speakers.
We still do not know what the official presentation date of these speakers will be, but considering that Google itself has shared this video, it must be a matter of days or a few weeks. At that time we will know both the price and the markets in which we can acquire it.