The saga that is Samsung's Bixby-powered Galaxy Home Mini may at last be nearing an end. After making an, getting a last year and teased in , a new leak has revealed a little more about the forthcoming smart speaker.
Shared on Twitter on Sunday by XDA Developers' Max Weinbach, who has previously revealed seemingly all of Samsung's upcoming products that are , a new video shows the Galaxy Home Mini powering on and introducing itself in English.
A separate Twitter post appears to reveal part of the packaging for the device including a list of what you can ask the speaker and its smart assistant Bixby to do. Among the options include traditional smart speaker tasks of weather, playing music from Spotify, setting an alarm and doing smart home tasks such as turning off lights and controlling your TV through the included infrared blaster.
It's still unknown when exactly the Home Mini will be released, though with this latest leak (and a) Tuesday's seems like a good bet.
It's also unknown how Samsung will price the smart speaker. It will compete with established rivals in Google's Assistant-powered Nest Mini, which currently sells for $49, and Amazon's Alexa-powered Echo Dot, which is currently on sale for $30.
Samsung did not immediately respond to a CNET request for comment.