In a move that could signal their imminent release, Google has provided some of its unreleased Nest security cameras on its online store. A tipster has provided some images indicating that Google apparently listed a few of its yet-to-be-released Google Nest Security cameras on its online store.
The Nest lineup of incoming security cameras has been expected since January when Google announced it would be releasing the products. It is unclear if the products were deliberately released or not. Google is yet to make any definitive statement on the incident, although a similar incident had occurred in the past.
It accidentally revealed the Nest Hub Max some weeks before its official announcement. The new security gadgets include a combined outdoor/indoor battery-powered Nest Cam, an outdoor Nest Cam with a floodlight, an indoor wired Nest Cam, and a battery-powered Nest Doorbell.
The Google listing for all the unannounced products is yet to be activated as most of the links on the site take you back to the Google Homepage. The few details provided by Google on the incoming security cameras provide a decent idea of the void that these devices fill in the security devices market.
When these devices are released, possibly alongside others that could still be under wraps, they would cover some patches in Google’s Security camera architecture and lineup. Some of these devices offer greater depth in the acquisition of data discreetly and efficiently. Amazon has also developed popular connected floodlight cameras with its Amazon Ring.
This online listing could be an insight into what Google has planned for the market this year. There was no information regarding the pricing and availability. Google continues to provide cutting-edge direction across several domains. Its reach covers both hardware and software solutions.