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(Pocket-lint) - The Next Hub Max, Google's largest smart display, has a new release date. Or so we think it does.

Google seems to have quietly revealed the Nest Hub Max will launch on 9 September in the US, UK, and Australia. Droid-Life first spotted the new date on a support page, but that page now shows "coming soon". We contacted Google for a comment and will update when we learn more.

Announced at I/O 2019, the $229 device has a 10-inch display that's much bigger than the existing Nest Hub. Another key feature of the Nest Hub Max is that it can auto-adjust the display's white balance to make it appear as though you're looking at a print photo whenever it shows you images. You can also control your smart home with it, watch YouTube, and talk to Google Assistant.

It also uniquely has a camera for video chats, along with stereo speakers. In our hands-on review of the device, we said the Nest Hub Max makes a great addition to Google's collection of home devices, bringing a great new screen and a whole host of new features with the addition of a camera. While the core design and Assistant remain great, this is a much more fully-featured device.

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Keep in mind, when Google debuted the device, it also revealed it would rebrand its smart home product range under the Nest brand name.

Writing by Maggie Tillman. Originally published on 24 July 2019.