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Google might be planning to launch its own Smart Display this year

1 month ago   |   By Android Central

As many as 3 million units are expected to ship in just the first batch.
Almost two years ago, Google introduced us to the Google Home for the very first time and effectively kickstarted the incredible rise of Assistant-powered smart speakers. Just in time for this year's holiday shopping season, the company's expected to release another smart speaker - this time touting its own display.
According to a report from Nikkei Asian Review , the gadget will be powered by the Google Assistant, be able to play YouTube videos, and more. In other words, this is likely Google's own take on the Smart...
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Google might launch its own smart display this holiday season

Google might launch its own smart display this holiday season

1 month ago   |   By Engadget

Google is expanding its line of Assistant-powered devices with its own smart display, at least according to Nikkei. The tech giant has reportedly told its Taiwanese manufacturing partners to gear up and make sure they can deliver, because it's planni...
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Report says Google to launch own smart display in time for holidays

Report says Google to launch own smart display in time for holidays

1 month ago   |   By Marketing Land

Google has the chance to get it right where Amazon and others have so far failed.
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Google may launch its own smart screen this holiday season

Google may launch its own smart screen this holiday season

1 month ago   |   By PhoneDog

Google is already expected to launch new phones , a new Pixelbook , a new smartwatch, and new wireless earbuds this year, and now a rumor claims that Google is preppin yet another new piece of hardware.
Google will launch a smart display device this holiday season. According to the Nikkei Asian Review, the device will be similar to the Amazon Echo Show and will feature a display so that you can watch YouTube videos, check your calendar, and view maps. No spec or pricing details for the device have been given.
Earlier this year, Google revealed that Assistant would become available on smart...
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Google said to be releasing its own smart display this year

1 month ago   |   By TechCrunch

Back at CES in January , Google put on a big show with the launch of a new product category designed to take on Amazon's Echo Show and Spot. Three companies - LG, Lenovo and JBL - were waiting in the wings with their own take on the screen-powered smart speaker.
Google itself, on the other hand, was conspicuously absent. The company seemed content to rely on third-party hardware makers to do the heavy lifting in taking on Amazon. According to a new report from Nikkei Asian Review , however, the company is planning a screen sporting Home device before year's end.
Lenovo's Smart Display...
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Google's own Smart Display will reportedly fuel the Alexa war this year

Google's own Smart Display will reportedly fuel the Alexa war this year

1 month ago   |   By SlashGear

Google is said to be planning to release a new smart speaker, and it might be looking to the Echo Show for inspiration. A new rumor claims that Google will release a smart speaker with a display at some point this year. If that turns out to be true, then that means Google would have a smart speaker to compete...
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Report: Google to launch its own Smart Display this year

1 month ago   |   By Liliputing

Banking on the idea that smart displays are the next smart speakers, earlier this year Google announced that it was bringing its Google Assistant service to upcoming speakers-with-displays. This summer Lenovo and JBL started taking orders for the first Google Assistant-enabled smart displays, and more are on the way. But so far Google hasn't announced...
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Google to release Assistant Smart Display later this year: report

Google to release Assistant Smart Display later this year: report

1 month ago   |   By MobileSyrup

Google will launch its own Assistant Smart Display later this year, according to Nikkei. The publication says the upcoming device is “likely to be similar to the Amazon Echo Show.” Like the Smart Displays already available in the U.S., it will allow users to watch YouTube videos, check their calendars, navigate Google Maps and more. In a separate report published earlier this year, 9to5Google said the device, likely to be called Pixel Slate or Pixel Screen when it launches, will feature a front-facing camera, two microphones and a screen that's either the same size or larger than the one...
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