Google Chromecast based on Android TV OS 10 revealed online

Leaks have surfaced on the upcoming Google’s Chromecast. Although still images are norm these days, one person on reddit has got the device way before it’s actual launch. Hands on video was also released with a walkthrough of the user interface of the device.

A Reddit user u/fuzztub07 who seems to have the unit for testing photograph and documented the device. The device code name Sabrina comes in the pebble form factor. It has a remote control which can power on off your TV. There is also a circular nativation on the remote.

In addition, it has dedicated buttons for YouTube, Netflix, and Google Assistant. The box contents of the retail package include the dongle itself, the remote and two AAA batteries that go inside it, a power cable, and an adapter.

Scrolling through the chromecast UI for those that were interested from r/googlehome

Reddit – u/fuzztub07

From the screen shot, the Chromecast will come with 4 GB on board storage and runs Android TV OS based on Android 10. OTT apps that comes preinstalled are Netflix, Amazon’s Prime Video, Disney+, Sling TV and Hulu among others. It seems that the device can also sideload APKs. There are also games that comes preinstalled.

The device is said to be selling at $49.98 at Walmart.