It was 2016 when the presentation of Google Home, the first smart speaker from the Mountain View company, took place. Since then, both the design and the performance of the device have remained intact, and everything indicates that Google is about to renew it.

This has been indicated by rumors in recent weeks, which ensure that the Big G is working on a new Google Home with an improved sound in order to stand up to Apple’s HomePod. The new device would be added to the Nest smart speaker catalog, along with the Nest Mini and the Nest Hub, and its distinctive feature would be good sound quality.

This is a much-needed update if Google wants to keep up with the competition. Amazon maintains a wide range of speakers with Alexa that is improving periodically, while Apple has the powerful HomePod. Because of this, the sound quality of Amazon and Apple devices is much better than that offered by Google.

The Mountain View company has not yet confirmed anything, but it seems that the successor to the Google Home will not take too long to appear on the scene. After the initial rumors, yesterday se leaked model number GXCA6 on an FCC listing, which would be the new Nest smart speaker.

This is revealed by leaked photos found by the Android TV Guide, a medium specialized in rumors related to the ecosystem of Android devices. As you can see in the images, the Google Home design update has changed its appearance a lot. The new model differs greatly from the original and is now more in line with what the Nest Mini looks like, all covered in fabric but with a larger size.

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At the moment we do not know what its trade name or technical specifications will be. Apparently it equips bigger drivers, so it is expected that the improvement in audio quality compared to its predecessor will be notable. We will have to wait to know its details, price and availability. [Fuente: 9to5Google]