Set of dimensioned drawings of the Google Nest Hub measured with height, width, depth, and screen resolution

The Google Nest Hub, previously known as the Google Home Hub, is a smart home device developed by Google. It was released on October 9, 2018. The Google Nest Hub features a touchscreen display that is able to provide visual feedback for questions and control other home smart devices and Nest video cameras.

The Google Nest hub does not support video calls, is able to adjust to the brightness of any time of day, and blends into any room. It is compatible with Sony, Toshiba, LG, and Philips devices. The Google Nest Hub is available in a Sand, Aqua, Chalk, and Charcoal finish.

Pair of plan and back elevation views of the Google Nest Hub

The Google Nest Hub has an overall height of 4.65” (118 mm), width of 7.02” (178.5 mm), depth of 2.65” (67.3 mm), and weight of 16.9 oz (480 g). The display size of the Google Nest Hub is 7” (17.8 cm) with a resolution of 1024 x 600 px at 170 ppi.


*Under Development*

4.65” | 118 mm
7.02” | 178.5 mm
2.65” | 67.3 mm
Display Size:
7” | 17.8 cm
1024 x 600 px; 170 ppi
16.9 oz | 480 g
October 22, 2018


Drawings include:
Google Nest Hub front elevation, top, side, back

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Smart Home Devices, or similar networked gadgets, provide an additional element of safety, security, luxury, or ease to a household and user. Most smart home devices are designed to enhance or combine existing features, such as remotely operating lighting fixtures, speakers, doors, and thermostats.