Google’s annual Pixel event is just a week away, and the leaks just keep coming. A couple of weeks ago, Android Police spotted a listing for a “Chromecast with Google TV” through Target. Now Redditor has displayed photos of that dongle, along with the remote, packaging, and manual. Apparently, u/fuzztub07 was able to buy the unannounced device before it’s official launch at a Walmart, The Verge reports.
There isn’t anything surprising about the design of the small oval dongle or the remote. But the Redditor shared a video of the Chromecast with Google TV interface, which includes a series of games that can be played through the remote.
It seems the retail price will be $50 and that the device will be 4K/HDR compatible. According to the Reddit source, the dongle supports multiple accounts, and you can pair Bluetooth headphones.
Google plans to reveal the new Chromecast, along with the latest smart speakers and new Pixel phones, on September 30th. It’ll be interesting to see what’s left to announce. We’ve already looked at photos of the new Nest Audio speaker, and we know about the company’s plans for a 5G-enabled Pixel 4a and Pixel 5.