Google is aware that its Home Mini speaker reboots at high volumes

The Google Home Mini is a fine product and an excellent first step for anyone that wants to dip their toes into the world of smart speakers. While it initially debuted at $49.99, the speaker was discounted to a jaw-dropping $29.99 since the start of Black Friday. As it gets into more hands, some users might experience the issue of it cutting out at high volumes, something that we reported on in our review of the smart speaker. Luckily, Google is aware of the problem and looking for a resolution.

While the issue of the Google Home Mini cutting out has been a problem for quite some time, Google recently chimed in on its product forums to let users know that it was aware of the issue and that it was looking into it. Unfortunately, it doesn't quite know what is causing it and is looking for feedback from users to get a better idea of what might be wrong.

If you own this speaker, and there are probably a lot of people that now do thanks to the incredible holiday sale, Google is urging those with the problem to submit their findings, which you can do via the Google link below.

Source: Google via Android Authority

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