The new Chromecast retail box with Google TV appears in the video leak

The new Chromecast retail box with Google TV appears in the video leak

Google’s upcoming Android TV streamer has showed up in various leaks in the course of recent months, including an ongoing one that uncovered the entirety of its specs.

Presently, Google’s first streaming dongle with a remote control and baked-in Android TV has showed up in a brisk video on Reddit (through jSterninja). No, we don’t get the chance to see it completely, yet we get a great glance at its retail bundling which affirms past bits of rumors.

The first thing you’ll is the name of the dongle alongside a picture indicating both the streamer and its Google Assistant-empowered remote. It’s a Chromecast with Google TV. Many accept that Google TV is a rebrand of the current Android TV stage.

It’s weird since Google resigned the Google TV moniker five years back for the Android TV name. The company additionally recently declared the Android 11 update for Android TV, with no notice of a rebranding.

Nevertheless, the leaked retail bundling affirms that Google TV is surely a thing, regardless of whether it’s a rebrand of Android TV or not. Text on the new Chromecast’s container says that Google TV “puts all your entertainment in one place, so it’s easy to find what you want.”

The product will likewise offer proposals for streaming and reveal to you which streaming features house those titles.

Somewhere else, the leaked Google Chromecast retail packaging shows that it supports 4K and HDR streaming and works with both Android and iOS stages.

There’s no cost on the container, however you can hope to dish out around $50 for it. The new Chromecast will be declared on September 30 at Google’s Pixel hardware occasion.

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