Google Home Hub Likely Just Stopped at FCC

Google Home Mini

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The Google Home Hub, a device that we believe was first revealed earlier in the week as Google’s first smart display, likely just stopped off at the FCC. A device under Google’s FCC ID and labeled as a “interactive video streaming device” had its RF, Bluetooth, and WiFi tested.

The device carries a model number of H1A and FCC ID A4RH1A. There is no specific mention of this being a Google Home device, but so you know, the original Google Home has a model number of A4RH0ME, the Home Mini is A4RH0A, and the Home Max is A4R-H0B. The next wave of Google Home devices jumping from H0 to H1 is a likely next step.

As far as new info, we’ve got the below image for where the Google Home Hub label will sit. This is a bottom view of the device, which shows a curve that matches up to the retail listing images from a couple of days ago. It’s clear that they’ve cut off a portion to help conceal its identity. The portion they cut off is where the display would sit if you were looking at the Hub from underneath.

Google Home Hub FCC

As I mentioned, the FCC tested Bluetooth, as well as 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi.

We should see this device alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL on October 9.

// FCC



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