Here’s what you need to know about the new Google Home 4: What to know before you buy the $129 device

Google has released a new Home 4 smartphone with a 5.8-inch 1080p display.

We reviewed the Google Home 3 in December, and this new model is based on that device.

This is Google’s first device with a 1080p panel, and the company says the new model includes an all-glass design and a “new” version of the Google Assistant, which was introduced last year.

The new Google TV-style remote has been updated to be more precise and has a built-in “lounge chair” feature, which lets you sit in the front row and use the speakers for voice commands.

The Home 4 also has a new speaker, but that’s not all.

The device now has Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1, along with Bluetooth LE support, allowing it to connect with other devices like televisions and smartphones.

Google also updated the Android version of Android to include more Google Now-like features and improvements, including a new “Find My Nest” feature that allows you to search for your Nest thermostat by name and address.

The phone also has an improved camera, including new 1080p videos, a new video feature called HDR mode that lets you adjust the quality of a video, and a new Smart Keyboard feature that lets users type words in a language they’re familiar with.

There’s also a new app for the Google Search app, which now includes a new feature called “Smart Search.”

The Google Home will be available for $129 starting on Friday, and it will be sold in all the Google Stores.

For more, read our full review.