Google’s Chromecast Ultra Refresh with a dedicated remote has been rumored to have been launched for quite some time. Now, Google’s upcoming streaming device has reportedly been certified by Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC), indicating that it may be official soon. In particular, the NCC database explicitly lists two devices with corresponding internal code numbers, one labeled as a dongle (Chromecast Ultra) and the other a remote controller. Not much is known about the hardware of the Chromecast Ultra or it will be separated from sketchy rumors from the upgrade table.
NCC listing was earlier Speckled The whispering of MySmartPrice and an adjacent Chromecast Ultra refreshed launch gives more reliability. The NCC listing mentions a ‘remote’ with the codename GPJ100. Interestingly, there was a Google device with a similar model number Listed On the United States Federal Communications Commission (US FCC) database, with a schematic of the remote that looks as if its design was inspired by the Apple TV remote.
For Chromecast Ultra, it carries the build number GPJ110. The streaming device is clearly defined as a ‘dongle’ in NCC documents. As per previous reports, the Chromecast Ultra refresh will reportedly resemble the third-gen Chromecast Ultra and will have a rounder profile. In particular, Google’s upcoming streaming device is claimed to support 4K HDR content and is scheduled to bring a complete Android TV experience with access to platforms such as YouTube TV, Netflix and Disney +.
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