Google slowly gathers it with the smart screen on the Amazon screen and, after releasing third-party screens, and publishing a Google Home Hub, it's a new form factor. The first door is Lenovo Smart Clock, which takes all the software that you find on Google Smart Display and reduces it in a small form. Google Ecosystems is Echo Spot's response.
Lenovo Smart Display comes in 10 and 8 inch printers, and Google Home Hub has a 7-inch screen. Lenovo Smart Clock has a 4-inch low screen and seems to be an alarm clock based on press releases. Unlike most Lenovo display screens, unlike those that are hard-wearing, the Smart Area looks like a Google-based fabric design, similar to Google Home product.
Lenovo has been very smart to enter the true specifications of the smart screen; So we know 4 inches, 800 × 480 touch screen, 1.5GH MediaTek 8167S SoC (four Cortex A35 cores and a PowerVR GE8300 GPU), 1GB RAM, and 8 GB storage vessel. Under the fabric, a 1.5-inch 3W speaker (with a maximum power of 6W) and two passive radiators. There is a set of volume volumes above, the end of the microphone to change the back and a stream of the port. Nice touch There's an extra USB port in the background to charge your phone for a night desk.
The software will be the usual Google Smart Display package, so you will be able to download Google Assistant commands, listen to music, watch YouTube and control your home smartphone. It also seems like some software features. English clock faces are not seen on other Google Smart Displays, and the specification states that we saw the "Google Assistant" gentle wake-up routine for the first time with Pixel 3 Pixel Stand. In the morning, the screen will light up like a dawn, so you can slowly wake up before you turn off the alarm.
Lenovo Smart Clock costs $ 79 ($ 50 cheaper than Echo Spot) and should be in the spring.