The Pixel 4 isn't the only new device that Google is expected to reveal tomorrow, and now another one of those upcoming products has been leaked in a big way.
Several images of the Google Nest Mini have made their way online. In the product shots shared by WinFuture, the Google Nest Mini looks almost exactly like the existing Google Home Mini but with one change: a hole in bottom that'll make it easy to mount the Google Nest Mini to a wall using a nail or screw.
The Google Nest Mini has four indicator lights on top so you know when its listening as well as a mute switch on the bottom half. The included power cable is said to be 1.5 meters/5 feet long and it'll reportedly come with a 15 watt power supply, up from the Google Home Mini's 9 watt power supply.
Other rumors features of the Google Nest Mini include 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi with dual-band support (2.4/5GHz), Bluetooth 5.0, and Chromecast support for audio.
It's expected that Google will offer the Nest Mini in anthracite, rock candy (light gray), coral, and sky blue color options. Other reports have suggested that it'll be priced at $49.99, just like the existing Google Home Mini.
The small size of the Google Home Mini could make it an attractive device to hang from a wall and give you access to the Google Assistant in any room. We've seen accessories come to market that let you plug the Google Home Mini into a wall and hold the device in a cradle, but with a built-in wall mount, Google Nest Mini buyers will be able to place the speaker anywhere they'd like without having to buy a separate accessory.