Google stated that it would be “launching a 2nd generation of Nest Doorbell (wired) in 2022” just over a year ago. The most recent Google Home app makes the new wired Nest Doorbell completely (visually) visible ahead of the October 6 event, which will feature smart home devices.

Regarding APK Insight: We’ve decompiled the most recent version of an app that Google put on the Play Store in our “APK Insight” post. These files, known as APKs for Android apps, can be disassembled to reveal several lines of code that allude to potential future features. Remember that Google might or might not ever deploy these features, and our understanding of what they are might be limited. However, we’ll endeavor to make those that are nearly finished show you how they’ll appear if they do ship. Read on with that in mind.

Yesterday, Google Home 2.58 began to trickle out via the. (Note that version 2.57, which is required for the revised home controls, is still not generally accessible.)

Images in this update demonstrate that “venus” is the new wired Nest Doorbell. In terms of appearance, it is pill-shaped like the present Nest Doorbell (battery).

Two circles serve as its boundaries, with the camera at the top and the button/ringer at the bottom, and an inscribed “G” logo in the middle. Once more, an easter egg to the side of the camera features “hello” in many languages.

Compared to the battery-powered predecessor, this new wired version is bulkier but shorter. In the meantime, pictures of a black baseplate and the wedge are also included in case an alternative mounting angle is required. (The side view above just shows the Nest Doorbell; the side view below also shows the baseplate.)

There are a number of animations available that describe the setup procedure from:
Adding the chime (wires) from your home to the Chime connector Wedge Wall baseplate

The capability of 24/7 continuous video history recording is a crucial feature of this next generation (Nest Aware subscription required). Other specifications are not currently known to us. While Google kept the Nest Hello around (after a redesign) until this second-generation doorbell launches, the