Leaked Google Home Hub could take on the Amazon Echo Show

Google Home Hub smart speaker with 7-inch display is coming next month

Google’s Home Hub 7-inch Smart Speaker leaked in full (specs and render)

Leaked images of the Google Home Hub show it as a device that looks like a melding of a Nexus 10 tablet and a Google Home speaker.

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 timing also works, as Google's upcoming event on October 9th would be the flawless place to announce a Google Home Hub. As with other Smart Displays, the Home Hub will center around its Google Assistant integration. Additionally, while these images of the Home Hub show off the device in Google's chalk colorway, the listing found by MySmartDisplay also lists a charcoal color option, which we can confirm exists. If this is true, the entire Smart Display will only weigh as much as the standard Google Home. According to the retailer, the Smart Display should only cost $149. Chances are this means that the Home Hub doesn't have quite as good a speaker as the Home as there just can't be enough space to house one. Since dropping the price on the Apple TV a year ago, the percentage of Apple customers that own an Apple TV as their media device has grown to about 20% This is just behind Amazon and Roku, which both sit at about 22-23%.

Aside from the display, the Home Hub also includes a rather large speaker on the rear that will presumably provide a significantly improved experience over the current Google Home and Home Mini.

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All being well, the speaker should be a USP to make up for the lack of a camera.

The smart assistant war has been raging on for several years now between Google and Amazon. While this might seem like a poor business strategy, remember that Google holds certain features exclusive to the Home that aren't available on third-party Assistant speakers.

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