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GOOGLE CHROMECAST FEATURES LEAKED IN EARLY UNBOXING ON REDDIT, DEVICE TO LAUNCH ON 30 SEPT

Google chromecast features leaked

Google Chromecast features leaked in unboxing content on Reddit. The product was made by Google. It was supposed to be launched on September 30th, 2020.

Google chromecast features leaked

The person behind the unboxing content had access to the product got it from a Walmart near the person’s house. Clearly, the products is been easily available even before the lunching.

information from Google Chromecast features leaked on Reddit:

Firstly, that person explored and answered various queries and doubts about the product. Such as, it seems the product does not have an ethernet port. The Ethernet port is also known as a jack or a socket. However, the product is suitable for 4K/HDR. Even though the product is under Google TV, u/fuzztub07 claims that the base of the product is Android 10.

Secondly, the product can handle multiple users at a time. It can also be connected to Bluetooth headphones.

Thirdly, Google Chromecast features leaked also mentions the list of content. The users have unlimited content to watch. Additionally, that includes the movies and series from streaming services that are not installed. Lastly, The product can easily be attached to the TV. This is because it has HDMI cable. The product automatically provides streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus and YouTube TV.

Google chromecast features leaked

A different Reddit user showed the hands-on experience of the product and the packaging of Google Chromecast. Other things that come along with the main product are a power cable and adapter, the Google Chromecast Voice Remote, and 2 AAA batteries.

There was limited information available before the leak. This dongle is “a small media streaming device”. It can be connected to iPhone, iPad, Android phones, Android tablets, Macbook, and windows. The product can be used for movies, tv-series, gaming, and music.

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