- The Google Home Mini passed through the FCC weeks before its official October 4th launch, but its larger and more premium Assistant speaker sibling only today hit the regulatory agency.
- Many signs suggest that this “Multimedia Device” is the Google Home Max.
- The FCC ID label is located on the back of the speaker and is “laser etched into the chassis of the device.” Meanwhile, the power capability (100-240 V, 50/60 Hz) lines up with the Home Max’s specification page.
- Looking through the test report reveals that the device is running firmware version 1.29.
Abner Li / 9to5Google - 2 years ago