Google Home Hub's best feature is not having a camera

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Google launched the new Google Home Hub at the event in NY yesterday, and now the company is rolling out a redesigned Google Home app for its Android and iOS users both. The display is backed by a "crystal clear speaker" and the attractive design with fabric base and rounded corner display is available in Chalk, Charcoal, Aqua and Sand finishes.

The Google Home Hub connects to your home network and other devices by 802.11b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz/5GHz) Wi-Fi.

Google's playing catch-up with Amazon and Lenovo when it comes to smart displays, but overall the Home line of smart speakers is leading the market. If you don't have the Home App you can download it below and then start spamming on that update button. It has a display and you can interact with the display, watch it, touch it and see more details. Being able to do that without holding your phone up is obviously a better experience - but it remains to be seen if it's something that would make shoppers pick one smart display over another. As part of your home network it is expected that you will monitor and control things like the Nest range of smart home devices, thermostats, security cameras, and lighting products via Home Hub.

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The photo feature may wind up being one of the most useful.

We consciously made a decision to not include a camera on Google Home Hub, so you feel comfortable placing it in the private spaces of your home, like the bedroom. Google Photos automatically adds new photos, avoiding duplicates and blurry shots, and you can share your live album, so when that person sets up their Home Hub, they'll see your album.

The app also lets you add "home members, ' who will have the ability to control connected devices from outside the local network". You can control over 10,000 types of smart home devices from over 1,000 popular brands. It also allows users to check on all compatible smart devices even when they're away from home, and the new multi-user support allows everyone under the same roof to control smart devices in the house via the Google Home app. The devices also have upgraded camera technology, which includes a feature called NightSight specially designed for flash-free shots in low-light conditions.

GoogleWhen will Google Home Hub be available? It comes to Australia, the U.S. and the United Kingdom on October 22.

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