Google Home Hub receives FCC approval in the US


Google Home hub is already in the news and has been leaking from the past few weeks. Yesterday, it appeared in the leaked pictures giving us hint that it would look like a tablet and packs some design inspiration from Home Max. Today, an FCC document is seen with FCC ID number on it, giving us a hint that FCC might have approved it in the US.

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Well, the sheet didn’t specify that the Google Home Hub is certified, it said that the regulator had approved an “interactive video streaming device.” So, we are assuming that video streaming device is the upcoming Google Home Hub. Also, the model number is somewhat simialr to that of the FCC model number.

Further, FCC has tested the device’s connectivity features like WiFi and Home Hub’s Bluetooth connectivity.

We are expecting the launch of the new Google Home Hub at the #MadebyGoogle event on October 9th. Google will also take off the wraps from the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Well, there’s a great chance to get some more surprises from Google at the launch event.

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