Google’s new Wireless Streaming Device gets approved by FCC

by 9SIX

Google recently unveiled its Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro premium smartphones powered by its own Tensor chipset and will go on sale this fall. Prior to that, the company is expected to launch its Pixel 5a 5G smartphone later this month.

Now, it appears that there’s a new device planned to launch in the coming weeks or months from the search engine giant. An unknown device from Google has been approved by FCC, which is described as a “Wireless Streaming Device.”

Google Wireless Streaming Device FCC

While there’s a possibility that this is a new Chromecast dongle with model number GJQ9T as it’s similar to the model number used in last year’s device. However, Chromecast is described as an “Interactive Media Streaming Device” and not a “Wireless Streaming Device” which could be something new from the brand.

It could be a new NestCam device from the company but Google has already announced its latest Nest Doorbell and new Nest Cam last week, and this mystery streaming device hasn’t been announced or hinted at. So, it’s unlikely to be a product under the Nest lineup.

We expect to know more about this new device in the coming weeks and hopefully, it’s a newly revamped Google Chromecast. To know what the device is and what’s interesting about that, we will have to wait a bit longer.

Source: gizmochina

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