A mysterious new device gets through the FCC so frequently that we pay attention to it. The listing sometimes mentions exactly what we are looking for, including providing us unannounced telephone information. The gadget remains a riddle at other times — such as now. Google’s new device has gone through the FCC, but time alone will say what it is.
A couple of months ago we noticed a comparable Google gadget on the FCC. At the time, we guessed that there was probably some type of a new Nest Cam, which was born today after the all-new Nest products were announced. Your guess is as good as ours, as to what this particular device could be.
Naturally, we can try to conjecture always. The best prediction seems to be a new Chromecast model based on the date of the filing. In August the FCC also went through Chromecast last year, with Google TV, wearing the GZRNL model number. This gadget, however, has not been described as “Wireless Streaming Deviation” but as an “interactive media streaming device.” We’ll have to wait to find out if this is enough to crush out the chance of a Google successor.
I would want to see Google’s latest Streaming equipment updated personally. I love my Chromecast, however, I’ve banged into a limited storage capacity and I know I’m not alone. It could hit shops next to the incoming Pixel 6, in due course throughout the holiday season.