Nest cameras are now available to Android users for $299, a savings of about $40.
In addition to offering the best security for the devices, the new device also includes an optional microphone that can be plugged in to the device for voice recording.
The microphone can be turned on by default and has a built-in speaker.
The Nest camera is also designed to connect to your smart home network and allow you to access Google Home and Google Assistant via the microphone.
You can use the camera with any Nest smart home appliance, from your thermostat to a doorbell, to access the Nest speaker, or to search for a specific person.
In some cases, you can even add microphones to the Nest camera itself.
The new Google Nest camera also features a built in speaker that can stream audio from the device to the Internet through a USB port.
The Google Nest video camera is a standalone camera and does not require the inclusion of a separate Nest accessory, unlike many other Android smart home cameras that include a microphone and a speaker.
Google also announced that it will add a second Nest speaker to the $299 camera, the $150 Echo Dot, as well as the $60 Nest speaker accessory.
The Amazon Echo and Nest Cam, which are similar to the Google Nest cameras, have been available for a couple of years, but have been limited to Amazon Prime members.
Google has not announced pricing for the new Nest cameras.
Google said it will also offer a $99 Nest camera in December that will be compatible with any smart home device that supports the Google Home platform.
Google says the Nest Camera will be available for purchase beginning January.