Recently this month, an unknown Made by Google gadget was found on the FCC site. With Bluetooth availability and a model number of G022A, we pondered whether this could be another pair of remote earbuds. Today, another riddle Google gadget was spotted at the FCC (by means of Droid-Life). The model number of the product is H2B, which fits in with the company’s Home line of brilliant speakers. For instance, the Google Home Mini is H0A, the Home Max is H0B and the new Nest Home Max conveys a model number of H2A.
The gadget bolsters both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity and is furnished with a 3.8V lithium battery. It is named as a “Media Device” by the FCC, which may enable us to wipe out a brilliant display as a possible choice. Those kinds of items, like the Home Hub and Nest Home Max, are viewed as a “video streaming device” by the regulatory agency.
The FTC additionally distributed a graph demonstrating the position of the FCC label on the H2B. The label will show up on the base of the gadget and the shape of the bottom can best be described as “pill-shaped.” The use of a genuine mark rather than the e-label that appears on products with a screen would recommend that whatever this device is, it will not carry a display.
Google sent the FCC a letter mentioning that the organization zips its lips concerning the outside and inner photographs, test setup photos, and the user manual. The company asked that this information be retained for a time of 180 days.
Eventually, Google will divulge this item, however up to that point the gadget sporting the model number H2B remains a mystery.