According to new FCC documentation, Google seems to have a new Nest thermostat in the works. It could be outfitted with Google’s Project Soli radar motion controls, which would be a first for the company’s home products, as from Droid life.
Very little can be seen in the current number of documents, but the new Nest thermostat (model G4CVZ) offers an interesting addition: it not only offers 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0, but is also equipped with 60 GHz radar transmitter, similarly the one that Pixel 4 is already using for its Motion Sense gesture control.
This is especially interesting as these Motion Sense features actually make a lot of sense on a wall-mounted home thermostat. The thermostat̵
Google is long overdue for an updated Nest thermostat too. The latest model, the cheaper Nest Thermostat E, was released in 2017 and the current third-generation flagship in 2015. Although it is not clear when Google will announce the new product, the company usually holds a hardware event in the fall that it could appear alongside the previously announced Pixel 4A 5G and Pixel 5.