Google’s ‘Sabrina’ Chromecast Press Renders Hint at Imminent Launch

Leaked image of Google’s new Chromecast device. (Image Credit: WinFuture/ Edited by News18) Images of Google’s upcoming Chromebook device codenamed ‘Sabrina’ have leaked online. News18.com Last Updated: September 19, 2020, 4:30 PM IST FOLLOW US ON: Google is all set to launch its new line of products at an online event on September 30. It is expected to launch the upcoming Pixel 5 smartphone, a new Google Nest smart speaker, and a Chromecast device. The new Chromecast device within that list has been a much-anticipated…

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Google Pixel 5 Launching on September 30 Alongside New Nest, Chromecast: Specs and Other Rumours

Google will also launch a 5G variant of its affordable Pixel 4a smartphone. (Image Credit: Google) The Google Pixel 5 is expected to be launched at the end of this month, but won’t be coming to India anyway. However, Google will launch the Pixel 4a in India. News18.com Last Updated: September 16, 2020, 11:21 AM IST FOLLOW US ON: Google Pixel 5, the next generation of the company’s Pixel smartphones, now has a release date. The internet giant on Tuesday sent out press invites for…

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Check Specs, Expected Price & More

Xiaomi has announced that it will be launching the Mi TV Stick in India on August 5. The Chinese company’s latest offering is seen as a move to take on both the Amazon’s Fire TV Stick as well as the Google Chromecast. As per a tweet sent out by Xiaomi India, the Mi TV Stick will be unveiled through an online live event that is scheduled to take place at 12PM on the aforementioned date. The company has also set up a dedicated event page for the same. Mi TV…

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Google ‘Sabrina’ Android TV Dongle to Succeed Chromecast Ultra with 4K60p, HDR Support

Google is reportedly working on a new Android TV dongle codenamed ‘Sabrina’. Although the name is not yet confirmed, but if reports are to be believed, then the Android TV dongle will be a successor of Google’s Chromecast Ultra. According to reports, the Android TV dongle will be powered by the Amlogic S905X2 chipset clocked at up to 1.8GHz and paired with an ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU and 4GB of RAM. It is also likely to come with a dedicated remote and Android TV software. XDA Developers were able…

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Google Working on Chromecast Ultra With Android TV and Remote Control

A new Chromecast device is said to be in the works. Said to be an update for the Chromecast Ultra, the next-gen device is apparently going to be powered by Android TV. Codenamed ‘Sabrina’ it will pretty much have the same dongle form factor of the current-gen Chromecast Ultra, but it will also come with a dedicated remote. The device should support 4K streaming with HDR and is expected to offer the usual set of connectivity options including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. While the design is expected to carry the…

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Google Chromecast Owners to Get 3 Months of Stadia Pro Access

Search engine giant Google has confirmed that new buyers of the Chromecast Ultra devices will be offered a three-month “Pro Pass” trial of Stadia’s Pro tier. According to the company, this is the first promotion of this type for Stadia and that it works like the Buddy Pass platform system, The Verge reported recently. Currently, Stadia Pro is the only version of Google’s cloud service currently available, there will be a standard Stadia level without 4K streaming that will be free. Stadia Pro costs $10 a month. Prior to…

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Google Chromecast Owners Will Get 3 Months of Stadia Access

Search engine giant Google has confirmed that new buyers of the Chromecast Ultra devices will be offered a three-month “Pro Pass” trial of Stadia’s Pro tier. According to the company, this is the first promotion of this type for Stadia and that it works like the Buddy Pass platform system, The Verge reported recently. Currently, Stadia Pro is the only version of Google’s cloud service currently available, there will be a standard Stadia level without 4K streaming that will be free. Stadia Pro costs $10 a month. Prior to…

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