As we reported earlier, the device has a wall-mounted mounting seat built in, which is a very simple hole that can be installed on screws or nails. Next to the power port, there seems to be another circuit breaker, which may be the audio port we report, but it may also be a mute switch.
Another interesting addition is the "Setup Code" at the bottom of the device. These codes are common for Nest cameras, but are not yet available for Assistant products. In addition, vleaks said on Twitter that the Nest Mini brand of Google looks similar to the first generation of Google Home Mini.
In any case, Google is expected to hold a hardware event sometime in October, possibly on the 15th, to launch the now widely exposed Pixel 4, Nest Mini and other products.