According to a leaked internal firmware of the Nest Hub Max, Google has reportedly been working on a new feature that allows users to activate Google Assistant without having to say “Hey Google,” or “OK Google.”
The leak comes from known tipster Jan Boromeusz, who also unveiled the Nest Hub’s new overhauled UI and dark mode before Google’s official announcement. Check out the video below to see the unreleased feature in action.
In the video, Jan is using a Google Nest Hub Max with supposedly internal firmware meant only for Google employees. When Jan walks into the room, Google Assistant pops up right away to wait for a voice command. When Jan stays still or doesn’t say anything, the Assistant goes away by itself. Jan is also able to reactive the Assistant as soon as he moved a little closer to the Nest Hub Max.
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