Unsurprisingly, Google’s new, less expensive Chromecast resembles the current 4K device perfectly. {Gallery}

In case you weren’t aware, Google is currently developing a new, less expensive model of their Chromecast with Google TV streaming gadget that is scheduled to be released very soon. We’re now taking a closer look at the hardware, which seems to have remained largely untouched.

A collection of photos for Google’s future, less expensive Chromecast with Google TV has been obtained by the people at TecnoBlog .

These images show a form that is nearly identical to the existing Chromecast with Google TV; the hardware has a puck-like shape, and a fixed wire protrudes from it and connects to an HDMI connector. The design actually resembles the current model both initially and upon closer scrutiny.

The G454V model number on it, which is the same model number that surfaced at the FCC over the Summer, is the only way we are aware that this is the new, less expensive Chromecast.

Instead, the internals of this device are different.

According to rumors, this gadget will be powered by an Amlogics S805X2 CPU with 2GB of RAM, which supports AV1 but is a little less potent than the one found in the 4K model. The primary distinction is that this less expensive Chromecast only supports 1080p output, not up to 4K.

According to WinFuture , Google will provide the same remote with this new device as it did with the 4K model.

Even while there’s a chance Google will reveal this product soon, it currently appears most likely that the new Chromecast HD will debut at the same time as the Pixel 7 series in early October. Google has previously announced new Nest products, which technically include the Chromecast, at the event.

In terms of price, we anticipate the gadget to replace the $30 price of the 2018-era Chromecast.
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