Ahead of Google's hardware event on September 30, a few customers are now apparently able to buy the new Chromecast with Google TV from some retail stores of The Home Depot for $50.
The listing of Google's upcoming 'Sabrina' Android TV dongle has been spotted in the system of retailers like Home Depot, Target, and Walmart, which suggests it could be priced at $50-60.
Two new Google devices have shown up on the FCC's website, possibly referring to the rumored Android TV-powered streaming device and its remote control. It's still not known about their release.
A video found in today's Android 11 Developer Preview for Android TV shows the way to reboot a 'sabrina' device. The design is in line with previous leaks, confirming the existence of such a dongle.
Google's upcoming Android TV Stick 'Sabrina' was detailed earlier this month. Now, its specs have also been revealed which point to a low-latency gaming mode possibly to support Google Stadia.
It's been reported for a few months now that Google is releasing an Android TV dongle, but now image of the product, the UI, and more have leaked. The product is codenamed Sabrina.