The official name and technical features of the Google Android set-top box have become known
Following numerous insider publications related to Google's plans to introduce its own Android TV set-top box, network informants managed to get access to the original packaging of the gadget. A short video clip that appeared on the web allows you to evaluate the design of the new product, as well as its official name.
One of the Reddit users posted a video on the network showing the branded packaging of the gadget called Chromecast with Google TV — the company's first set-top box with the Android TV operating system. Judging by the video, the device will be connected using a short HDMI cable to the corresponding port of the TV, and on the opposite side of its case there will be a USB connector for the power cable.
The box also features an image of a complete remote control and mentions support for a number of streaming services, such as YouTube, Netflix, Spotify, Amazon Prime Video, and Sling. According to the text on the package, the device supports 4K resolution and HDR technology, and is compatible with both Android gadgets and Apple devices running iOS.
According to rumors, the retail price of the new Google TV set-top box will not exceed $50. The presentation of the device is likely to take place on September 30 at an event dedicated to the flagship smartphone Google Pixel 5.