The Indian model lacks the US version’s sleep tracking functionality though.
It also seems like gesture controls are missing from the Indian variant.
Google first launched the second-generation Nest Hub almost a year ago, delivering better audio, gesture support, and sleep tracking functionality. It’s clearly taken a while then, but the company has finally brought this smart display to India.
The second-generation Nest Hub retails for Rs 7,999 (~$108) in India, which means it’s slightly more expensive than the $99 US price tag. Unfortunately, you’re paying a little more but getting a lot less with this regional variant.
Don’t expect sleep tracking on the second-gen Nest Hub in India. And we wouldn’t expect gesture controls either.
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