Android TV-based streaming dongle that would prop up its Chromecast hardware choices.Now, new feasible pricing details of the device, codenamed "Sabrina," were exposed on numerous internal listings from US dealers.Per a 9to5Google report, the dongle wears a $50 price ticket according to Home Depot and is joined by what could be a remote codenamed "Abbey." This could be Google's first Chromecast device to reach with a dedicated remote. Notably, there are three colorway options discussed too, including Rock Candy, Como Blue, and Summer Melon.A $50-$60 price tag does seem to be the consensus among a number of US agents, too. Droid-Life noticed a $60 sticker over at Walmart, while Android Police‘s Artem Russakovskii confirmed that an inner price of $60 for the dongle has been spotted at Target, adding a September 30 liberate date.See also: The best media streaming instruments you should purchase
If Google's excited by challenging the likes of the Amazon Fire TV, it's going about it the correct way.For its price, the recent dongle is expected to be beefier than previous Chromecasts as it reportedly runs Android TV onboard. Concrete hardware specs remain unknown, although.Still, the mere presence of a remote will go a good way to convalescing its usability. Google's enjoyment-centric OS, alongside that rumored remote, should also give users more handle over the content they need to enjoy with out the need to at all times cast from another device.Google also is expected to debut a Chromecast Ultra at some point soon this year which may also function a remote manage, but there are no secret retail listings in sight for this device just yet.