- A new Google device has been submitted to the FCC for approval.
- The new device bears a Google-style ID and does not appear to have a screen.
- The device only has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, making a Chromecast the most obvious option.
A new device has appeared at the FCC, one that seems to be made by Google and could be a new Chromecast model.
Despite companies’ best attempts to keep new designs secret, they still have to submit them to the FCC for regulatory approval. According to Droid-Life, one such device is at the FCC with an ID of A4RG454V. The G454V tag is consistent with other Google devices, making it very likely the search giant is behind the new gadget. Interestingly, the FCC label is on the bottom of the device, which would seem to preclude it having any kind of display.