- A Google filing for a “media streaming device” has just passed the FCC and taken in conjunction with yesterday’s leak is likely the upcoming Google Home “Mini.” Documents filed with the regulatory agency reveal a circular base that lines up with the renders of the smaller Assistant speaker.
- Today’s filing has FCC ID A4RHOA, which is very similar to the original Home’s rather appropriate A4RH0ME.
- Google notes that the label is adhered to the “chassis of the device” with a “very strong pressure sensitive glue.” Given the rumored $49 price point, the adhesive is possibly one cost cutting measure used by the Home Mini.
- Meanwhile, Test reports reveal that the device has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi radios and is “primarily constructed of uncoated plastic.” Additionally, there is an AC-DC adapter for power.
Abner Li / 9to5Google September 21, 2017, 5:57 am