Cheaper Chromecast with Google TV Found at FCC
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Cheaper Chromecast with Google TV Found at FCC

There were rumors at the start of the year that Google was developing a new Chromecast with Google TV. It would be cheaper than the current Chromecast, but it would have a lower resolution and only support 4K HDR. The new model is now available at the FCC

WiFi 5 with 1080p confirmed
According to the Federal Communications Commission, the device was submitted for evaluation under the G454V classification. It is described as a wireless device capable of supporting 802.11ac 2.4, 5 GHz Wi Fi 5 and Bluetooth LE. It is described by the FCC in its test rig as a wireless streaming device that can be controlled remotely.

FCC tested the resolution at 1,920×1,080 pixels or Full HD. The refresh rate was 60 Hz and power was supplied via a USB cable. FCC documents don’t state whether the Amlogic S805X2 equipped with a Mali G31 GPU has been confirmed as SoC. This supports AV1.

Usually, the test should be done shortly before the introduction
The FCC will review a product before it is released. However, this does not guarantee that the product will be launched. Google and other companies are aware of the fact that FCC databases are continually searched for unknown devices. They release their devices to test as the final step before launching.

Although rumors that Google will launch a new Chromecast with Google TV appear true. However, many users have noticed the exact opposite. Update to the Google Chromecast with Google TV, with more memory and RAM. For now, the price and release date for the new Chromecast (which may be called Chromecast HD with Google TV) are unknown.

 

Cheaper Chromecast with Google TV Found at FCC
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