The Home Depot store is selling the new Chromecast with Google TV device before official launch


Google working on a Android TV device allegedly to be named as Google TV that will run a full fledged Android TV operating system with built-in Chromecast has been going through the rumour mill. Several leaks and renders of the device have already surfaced in past few months. Google is due to launch the device officially tonight and surprisingly, Home Depot stores have already listed the device for sale.
The upcoming streaming device codenamed Sabrina is speculated to be revealed alongside the Google Pixel 5, Pixel 4a (5G) and Nest smart speakers by Google at its upcoming event. The Verge has confirmed the purchase of the product and according to their report, the store is allowing buyers to purchase the pre-released device.
The website has also reported that the receipt of the device does mention the device name as Chromecast and the bill simply mentioned the name as SABRINA-ABBEY ROCK CANDY, which is the hardware’s codename.
The Home Depot store is selling the new Chromecast device at $49.99 and the device features the same oval shaped design with new remote control from the leaked photos. Also, the device is currently available in White colour also known as Snow in Google’s book.
As of now, there’s no other information available about the new device.

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