You still get a flat bowl-like speaker with LED lights under the fabric top cover and microphone slider switch.
In fact, the only things that have changed are the new power connector port and cable, and the hook for mounting the device on a wall.
New machine learning chip under the hood
What sets Google Nest Mini apart from its predecessor is the inclusion of new hardware under the hood.
First, there is a dedicated machine learning chip that boasts of 1 TeraOPS of processing power and allows the device to process all the commands locally.
It prevents the speaker from processing commands at Google's data centers and, therefore, makes it more responsive than Home Mini.
Then, you also get better sound quality
Along with the ability to process commands quickly, Google Nest Mini also brings enhanced audio quality.
Google says that the bass of the new device is twice as powerful as it was on the Home Mini, and you will also get the experience of a richer and more natural sound profile while streaming content from services like Spotify, YouTube Music, Gaana, and JioSaavn.
Google Assistant also get smarter on the new device
Among other things, you will also get access to some additional Google Assistant quirks on the new device.
For instance, the Assistant will automatically adjust the audio level of the Nest speaker according to the noise levels in the room.
It even allows building a speaker system if there are other Nest devices in the same home.
Available on Flipkart at Rs. 4,499
Google Nest Mini is now available at Rs. 4,499 in two color options - Chalk and Charcoal - on Flipkart. It's Rs. 1,500 more than Home Mini and Rs. 500 more than Amazon all-new Echo Dot (3rd generation).