Google’s Android TV-powered Chromecast Successor Breaks Cover in FCC Listing


Again in March, we reported on an alleged Chromecast Ultra successor from Google that would possibly lastly provide an Android TV interface and remote, and now it seems the rumored product could have taken a big step in direction of actuality.

As reported by 9to5Google, the search large has submitted filings to the Federal Communications Fee (FCC) within the US for two new gadgets underneath the model numbers GZRNL and G9N9N.

As revealed by Google’s filings, the first model is described as an “Interactive Media Streaming Machine”, while the latter is solely listed as a “Wireless Device”, making it extremely possible that the fashions in the query are the long-rumored Chromecast Ultra successor and its accompanying remote.

Codenamed ‘Sabrina’, the alleged streaming dongle is alleged to behave as a Chromecast substitute, permitting customers to place away their smart gadgets and entry a full Android TV interface on their tv display that may be managed through a devoted remote.

In response to a earlier report from June, the dongle will boast 4K and 60 FPS output, help for HDR and Dolby Imaginative and prescient and an “auto low latency mode” which can assist scale back Google Stadia lag.

After all, we can’t know for positive till Google makes an official announcement, which must be quickly given the FCC submitting.