Late on Sunday evening, a new Google device passed through the FCC. It’s officially referred to as a “Wireless Streaming Device,” a description that the company has not previously used.
G3AL9 notably features a physical FCC ID located at the “back of the device,” thus suggesting that this product does not have a screen. There’s Wi-Fi connectivity, but curiously no Bluetooth.
One possible candidate is a new Nest Cam since Google already promised a “new lineup of security cameras for 2021.” Such a gadget streams, but does not have a screen.
The first new Google device to hit FCC certification this year was the 2nd-generation Nest Hub in January. The Soli-powered Smart Display was announced this month and will begin shipping on Tuesday. Confidentiality on G3AL9 ends September 24, 2021.
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