Two new Google equipment gadgets have appeared in FCC filings, and as 9to5Google notes, it appears to be likely that they're identified with the new Android TV item that is allegedly been underway for some time. Assuming this is the case, the filings could recommend that Google is at long last equipping to deliver it soon.
A XDA Developers report in June said that Google was setting up a TV dongle codenamed "Sabrina" that would utilize Android TV and a customary far off driven UI, not at all like cell phone controlled Chromecast gadgets.
One of the new FCC filings alludes to an "Intuitive Media Streaming Device" with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, while the other is for a "Remote Device" with Bluetooth and a force spread, which 9to5Google theorizes could be Sabrina and its controller separately.
Except if you purchase a TV with the product worked in, there aren't such a large number of choices for Android TV at the present time.
There's the top of the line Nvidia Shield extend, which begins at $149.99, or the $59.99 Xiaomi Mi Box S that Google itself advanced a few years prior, yet that is about it.
Xiaomi did likewise simply deliver a $40-ish Mi TV Stick in India and Europe, which is at present the best way to get Android TV in that structure factor.
We'll need to see whether Google has something all the more convincing in transit. XDA Developers at first announced that the dispatch was made arrangements for this late spring, so there's still an ideal opportunity for Google to hit that window.