Google Chromecast says goodbye and this will be its replacement

Google Chromecast has a replacement and this is what is known

Google Chromecast

There seems to be a new project at Google that will replace its well-known Chromecast Streaming device. This will come sooner than expected and will be a joint effort with Google TV (4K). Let's find out more details about this news and what news it brings.

Goodbye to Chromecast? Google plans a replacement for its popular streaming device

Information is leaked about the replacement of Google Chromecast for Google TV 4K

Google is about to launch a replacement to Chromecast for its line of Google TV 4K televisions and will do so in the coming weeks, during the Google I/O event. This new project will include a RAM and storage system higher than the current 2GB and 8 Gb respectively.

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With this increase in memory, users will be able to enjoy new applications and heavier tasks, which demand greater performance. One of the most in-demand sources that is currently difficult to enjoy on Chromecast is Kodi due to software limitations.

Other new features are associated with the computer's processor, which will be more powerful and expected to be the Amlogic S905X5, one of the most appropriate for this case. Regarding the design of the Google Chromecast replacement, no information has yet been leaked. However, we do not believe that there are noticeable or extreme changes, and that on the contrary it could look the same.

Normally these types of design changes are made when the device does not work, but in this case it is not the problem. The design of the Chromecast is functional and does not require changes, but everything will depend on the Google team that has the final say.

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At the moment, Google has not mentioned anything official about its launch or market price. It is estimated to do so at Google I/O 2024 to be held on May 14 and will take place at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. It's all a matter of waiting a few weeks to learn more details about this product and what it will look like. Tell us what you think of this news and if the Google Chromecast deserves a change.