Amazon Echo pioneered the popularity of smart homes in 2014 – Google entered the emerging market in 2016.
Although each product line was featured in a single model, Google and Amazon have significantly expanded their product lineup with new devices promoting unique features, form factors, and different price tags.
Google currently sells four connected home products, but is preparing to release its fifth, the Nest Hub Max.
Nest Hub Max unpacked by Google in its I / O operations Developer conference in May – the device is similar current Nest Hub, but has a larger display, a more powerful speaker system, and a built-in nest camera.
The latter allows hardware owners to monitor their homes when they are. They are absent, a feature that no other smart speaker or smart display from Google offers.
The front of the Google Nest Hub Max has a 1
The Panel c They can be used for a variety of functions, such as: For example, to stream videos or present images from a Google Photos library.
Mountain View also positions the device as incredibly powerful in terms of audio – Nest Hub Max comes with stereo speakers on the front and a 3-inch woofer on the back.
When Google announced the new Smart Display, there was no exact release date for it.
The company Mountain View, however, confirmed this to CNET The new smart display will be released on September 9th.
Although the Nest Hub Max is Google's most powerful smart display, it seems the rival Amazon is working on an even better product.
Bloomberg recently published In a report claiming that the Seattle-based company is working hard on a new version of the Echo in "higher quality".
The outlet relied on sources who are familiar with the matter, pointing out that the product is aimed at those looking for a smart speaker Audio o na pedestal.
It was discovered that Amazon plans to release the new echo next year, and that its prototypes are "wider than the current echo to compress additional components."
Bloomberg claimed the new echo will "have at least" four tweeters.
For reference, the second-generation Amazon Echo Plus, which is positioned as the best-sounding speaker, features a 3-inch woofer and a single 0.8-inch tweeter.
After his report on the new Echo Bloomberg turned to Amazon for allegations.