Google’s second-generation Nest Hub didn’t change much from the first version, but it did add a new sensor, the Soli radar sensor, which first appeared in the Pixel 4. The sensor had various functions with the smartphone, like face unlock, but the Nest Hub picks up the ability to help track your sleep. But if you decide you don’t want the device monitoring your sleep, you can delete that information. Here’s how to do it.
How to delete sleep and health data from your Nest Hub and Google Account
The Soli sensor included with the second-generation Nest Hub uses radar to track your sleep. So instead of putting on a wearable like a watch to go to sleep, the Nest Hub uses radar to track your physical movements and breathing while you slumber. Then, it compiles a report after a few days so you can take steps to improve your sleep if you so wish.