Google Nest Mini stops by the FCC, confirms wall-mount and 3.5mm jack

We also g… The sketch also reveals the design will stay relatively unchanged. Now, we’re getting further confirmation that the new Nest Mini is on the way after it recently made a stop by the FCC. The sketch in the FCC listing confirms the addition of a wall-mount and 3.5mm jack to the Nest Mini. It is expected to launch at Google’s hardware event that will most likely take place on October 15. Previously, we reported that there would be a new Home Mini speaker, this time carrying the Nest branding as Google works on rebranding its Home products. The listing includes the model number H2C which is similar to the model numbers used by previous Google Home products. What you need to know

The new updated Nest Mini, previously known as Home Mini, just made a stop by the FCC. For example, the original Home Mini used the H0A model number and the Google Home used H0ME. While we can’t escape the deluge of Pixel 4 leaks lately, that’s not the only product Google is set to launch in October.