Last month, the recently submitted FCC documents suggested that Google could launch an "Interactive Video Broadcast Device" called Home Hub. Now, a photo tweeted by YouTuber Jon Prosser seems to confirm the product with additional details about its capabilities.
The photo gives some general details about what the Home Hub can do. Its basic functions are similar to those of a Google Home speaker: you can control by voice the components of a compatible smart home, such as lights, security cameras, televisions and speakers. You will also have Voice Match to recognize the voice commands of different people so that their calendars, reminders, daily trips and more appear on the home screen. Unlike a smart speaker, the Home Hub is supposed to offer "visual and immersive responses" from Google when asked about weather or local business information. You can also show relevant YouTube videos to watch in the Home Hub control panel.
This continues to confirm the details that have already been leaked about Home Hub. And, if this picture proves correct, the Home Hub will be available on October 22 (at least in England, since the pounds are mentioned instead of dollars), and will probably be announced at the next Google event on October 9.