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FCC Filing reveals mysterious new Google device, but no one knows what it’s for

FCC Filing reveals mysterious new Google device, but no one knows what it’s for

Google has a mysterious new "media device" on the way | T2UPDATE

Google has a mysterious new "media device" on the way

Another Google media gadget has showed up in data on the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) site, however so far nobody is very certain what the gadget is or what it will do. 

The FCC data was found under Google's FCC ID by Droid Life. The gadget is recorded distinctly as A4RH2B, or model number H2B. It is hypothesized to be a Google Home gadget in view of its comparability to past model numbers. Droid Life, Google Home Max was H0B, Google Home Mini was H0A, Home Hub was H1A, and the Nest Hub Max is H2A. 

The probability is great that the new gadget is either for the Google Home or Nest product offerings. Besides, there are some more pieces of data about what it could be established on the data on the FC site. 

Right off the bat, this schematic of the base of the gadget showed up on the FCC data: 
FCC Filing reveals mysterious new Google device, but no one knows what it’s T2UPDATE

A mysterious Google ‘media device’ shows up in new FCC filing

The adjusted shape recommends it is intended to be set on a level surface and perhaps to be outwardly appealing from the front and the back, which is significant for a gadget proposed to be in plain view in individuals' homes. However, the picture doesn't have any sign of scale, so the gadget could be of any size. 

Besides, the FCC tried the gadget for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi abilities. The data uncovers that the gadget has a lithium particle battery, recommending it should be associated and charged in light of the way that there is no internal power source. On the other hand, it could take replaceable batteries. 

Another piece of information is in the way that the FCC name data shows up imprinted on the base of the gadget. Droid Life Right when a device has a screen, this information routinely appears as an e-mark secured some spot inside the item. This is the circumstance with the Nest Hub Max. 

At long last, in the general portrayal part of the FCC data, the gadget is depicted as a "Media Device." Previous gadgets like the Home Hub were depicted as "Video Streaming Device" so the new gadget could be something else. 

A portion of the recommendations for what the gadget could be incorporate a convenient in-vehicle gadget, a home security gadget or something to that affect, or a keen remote. For the present, it's impossible to say what the new secret gadget is for.

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