Get a FREE Google speaker worth £90 with this Pixel 6 Black Friday deal

This smart home device is usually priced at £89.99, so if you had been thinking of picking up both of these Google gadgets you can make a tidy saving in the Black Friday sales.

The latest Google Nest Hub was only released earlier this year, and like its predecessor boasts a seven inch touchscreen as well as being powered by Google Assistant.

The big headline upgrade for the new Nest Hub is Sleep Sensing, which uses sound and motion tracking to analyse the sleep patterns of the person closest to the device.

When you wake you can simply ask “hey Google, how did I sleep last night?” to get a rundown of how well you rested.

The newest Nest Hub model will also be able to provide feedback on your bedroom’s light and atmosphere, so you can find out if there’s any changes you need to make to help you sleep better.


The Nest Hub can also act as portable entertainment centre, letting you stream your favourite Netflix shows or catch up on the latest videos from one of your most watched YouTube channels.

You can also use the device to stream Spotify songs, act as a control centre for all of your smart home devices, or to ask Assistant one of the many questions that may pop into your head on a daily basis.

If this all sounds good to you, then you’ll be able to grab the Nest Hub for free when you purchase a Pixel 6 from Currys right now, with the offer ending on November 30.

The Pixel 6 is available for £599 SIM-free and comes loaded with 128GB of internal storage, Google’s first-ever custom-made smartphone chip which brings with it AI and machine learning upgrades to the Pixel line, plus a sleek design and eye-catching rear camera bump that is set to turn plenty of heads.

If, however, you’ve already got a smartphone in your pocket that you’re happy with and would rather just pick-up the Nest Hub on its own then Currys has also slashed the price of the device from £89.99 to £59.99.

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