The Google Home Mini has been leaked in full detail earlier and, as expected, it is a smaller version of the Google Home smart speaker with built-in Google Assistant. The Home Mini is a direct competitor to Amazon's Echo Dot and can work with Chromecast speakers, has four LED lights under its fabric top and will be available in Coral, Chalk and Charcoal color options.
In addition to the Home Mini, Google also showed off its new Google Home Max speaker, featuring two 4.5-inch woofers and two custom 0.7-inch tweeters. According to Google, it can produce 20 times more powerful sound compared to Google Home and, due to its special design with a magnetic stand, it can be used both horizontally and vertically.
What makes the Google Home Max special is the fact that it uses Smart Sound, "a new audio experience" powered by Google's AI which allows it to adapt to the environment, context and preferences. It can adjust the sound dynamically in relation to its position in the room and tune to the perfect sound setting within seconds. The Google Home Max features Bluetooth and Aux connectivity and features integrated Google Assistant.
According to Google, the Home Mini will be will be available this month with a price set at US $49. The Google Home Max will be available in the US in December in Chalk and Charcoal color options for US $399, which includes one-year subscription to Youtube Red with ad-free Youtube Music.