According to reports, Google is working on a new Chromecast with Google TV to replace the company’s outdated third-generation Chromecast, which was debuted in 2018. The forthcoming Chromecast is expected to have a maximum resolution of 1080p, as well as the Google TV interface and remote control. The forthcoming Chromecast with Google TV is expected to include AV1 hardware decoding and be less expensive than the standard Chromecast with Google TV, which supports 4K video.

According to Protocol, Google is working on a new Chromecast model that will enable 1080p resolution. Users will be able to run native apps on the Chromecast to cast to their TV, just as prior Chromecast with Google TV models launched by the firm. The device is also believed to have native AVI hardware decoding, which isn’t available on the company’s existing Chromecast with Google TV that supports 4K video. According to the rumor, the device’s final name could be “Chromecast HD with Google TV.”

Boreal is the codename for Google’s next Chromecast with Google TV, which will include an Amlogic S805X2 CPU and a Mali-G31 GPU, as well as 2GB of RAM. According to the source, the device’s hardware will allow Google to deliver AVI native decoding as well as a 60fps framerate. It’s worth mentioning that the company’s 1080p resolution Chromecast 3, which was released in 2018, lacks native app or remote control compatibility.

The forthcoming Chromecast with Google TV is expected to be less expensive than the $50 Chromecast with Google TV that supports 4K. (roughly Rs. 3,700). According to the article, the streaming device will compete with similar-priced devices from Roku and Amazon. Google, on the other hand, has yet to reveal any specifics about the impending Chromecast with Google TV. Google I/O in May or the company’s hardware event in October could be the venues for the announcement of the forthcoming Chromecast. According to the source, the forthcoming Chromecast device could be sold in North America first, with subsequent releases in other nations such as India.

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