Google Sabrina Android TV dongle is spotted with a price as low as $49
Google Sabrina is a dongle that makes your standard TV smart, that is, you can play Youtube, Netflix, and even cast your smartphone on your standard TV by just plugging Sabrina. The leaked details of the product say that Google’s upcoming new Android TV dongle will be available to buy as low as $49.99 (roughly Rs. 3,600).
According to a report by 9to5google, Google Sabrina was listed on the largest home improvement retailer in the US. The price of Sabrina may be accidentally revealed which is claimed to be as low as $49.99 (roughly Rs. 3,600). With the launch of this Android TV dongle by Google, the Indian competitors like Amazon Fire TV and Mi TV Stick will also be affected as they are the leading brands in the section.
If you are planning to by a new Android TV but don’t feel worth like selling the old one then you can buy Sabrina and make your old standard TV smart. If you are a Google fan then you must be knowing that Sabrina’s leaked price is lower than the cost of the Chromecast Ultra that is priced at $69 (roughly Rs. 5,000) in the US.
Other leaks of the Google Sabrina says that the Android TV dongle had a targeted launch on September 30 and around a price of $60(roughly Rs. 4300). In addition, Google is expected to launch the Sabrina Android TV dongle in three colour “Rock Candy” and “Como Blue” colours that are the same as the “Chalk” and “Sky” colours of the Nest Mini smart speaker and the third colour, “Summer Melon” could be a shade of pink.
Taking about the features the Google Sabrina Android TV dongle is the successor to the Chromecast, and it is featured with 2GB of RAM and come with a quad-core Amlogic S905X2 processor, paired with ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU, and could include HDR10 as well as Dolby Vision support.
In addition, the company also claimed that Sabrina will come with a feature called “Auto Low Latency Mode” that will allow the device to reduce lag when displaying video automatically. So what are your views on Google Sabrina Android TV dongle? Do mention in the comment section below. For more news on tech and cybersecurity stay tuned on Android Rookies by following us on Google News.