Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) with 7-inch Edgeless Glass Display Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) features EQ light sensor and 3 far-field microphones for voice pickup.

Google Nest Hub

Google unveiled the Google Nest Hub (Review) in India back in 2019. Now almost after two years, Google has introduced the second-generation Google Nest Hub in India today. The Google Next Hub (2nd gen) was first announced by Google last year in March.

Speaking about the key specifications, the Nest Hub (2nd Gen) comes with a 7-inch edgeless glass display and it is equipped with a dedicated on-device machine learning chip. It has 3 far-field microphones, a DC power jack, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. Let us take a look at the specifications and pricing of the Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) ahead:

Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) Price In India, Availability

The Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) comes in Chalk and Charcoal colour options. It is priced at Rs 7999 in India. The Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) is available for purchase via Flipkart, Tata Cliq, and Reliance Digital from today. It will be also available for sale through more channels soon.

Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) Specifications, Features

The Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) flaunts a 7-inch edgeless glass display. The display also functions as a beautiful digital photo frame. The Nest Hub (2nd gen) has a simple design and subtle colours. Google claims that this new device is designed with recycled materials, with its plastic mechanical parts containing 54 percent recycled post-consumer plastic.

As far as the rest of the specifications of the Nest Hub (2nd gen) go, it has a full-range speaker with 43.5 mm (1.7″) driver. The speaker offers an improvement of 50% in the bass response while playing music when compared to the previous first-generation Google Nest Hub. The second-generation Nest Hub includes 3 far-field microphones for voice pickup.

Furthermore, the Nest Hub (2nd gen) features an ambient EQ light sensor on the top side, which allows the screen to automatically adjust to match the lighting in the room. Users can also stream music via Bluetooth on the Nest Hub. The Indian version of the Nest Hub (2nd gen) lacks gesture-sensing Soli tech, which is used to help users improve and understand their sleeping habits.

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