Search engine Google has recently rolled out a new Chromecast and Google TV which will show content from streaming services including Netflix and Walt Disney’s Disney+.
As per details, Google has unveiled a new Chromecast that will now come with a remote control. It will cost $49.99 and will be available in other countries by the end of the year.
The new Chromecast, officially named the “Chromecast with Google TV,” differs from its predecessors in having an onboard operating system and a dedicated remote.
Google Chromecast Launch
It also does 4K and supports a large number of streaming services.
Here’s the big picture on the #Pixel5G camera features:
👈👉 Ultrawide Lens
🌃 Night Sight in Portrait Mode
💡 Portrait Light
⟪⟫ HDR+ with exposure bracketing
🎥 Cinematic Pan for video stabilizationhttps://t.co/cz8Laeh05I pic.twitter.com/ru0CQj6epD
— Made By Google (@madebygoogle) September 30, 2020
Also, Google also introduced 5G-enabled phone Pixel 5, with a starting price of $699.
Earlier in August, Google had launched its first 5G-enabled phone, Pixel 4a (5G), with a starting price of $499, and also introduced a non-5G version of 4a at $349.
Moreover, Google Meet video free video conferencing extension ended on September 30. From October 01, the free version of Google Meet also limit video calls to 60 minutes.
This means that users now have a few days during which they can take advantage of unlimited video calls, after which they will be able to make a limited number of calls.
However, this 60-minute period from Google is more than 40 minutes of zoom.