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Google Nest Hub Might Be Launched In India: A New Competitor for Amazon Echo Show 5?

Google Nest Hub Might Be Launched In India: A New Competitor for Amazon Echo Show 5?

The world’s leading brand – Google has now rebranded its Google Home Smart device. This will be bringing the firm under the Nest brand, which is said to transform the Google Home Hub. This initiative came into the market last year in the US. After a year now the company is ready to launch its smart speakers in India.  

According to reports, the Google Nest Hub will be coming out at a price tag of Rs 8,999 in India. Well, experts and users say it is a decent price tag because Google has never disappointed them. Another factor to consider is that in the US the Google Home Hub Max is being sold at $229. This price tag comes somewhere around Rs 16,300. At the same time, the Google Nest Hub is being sold at $129, which is around Rs 9,177. As you can see the price at which the device is sold in India is quite less while compared to its US launch.

If this fact is true then Google would have launched this keeping in mind its major competitor – Amazon Echo Show 5. This is the same as Google Nest Hub but is a 5.5-inch display speaker that has the same price tag at Rs 8,999.

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