We already know Google has scheduled a press event on October 4 where the company is expected to launch pair of Pixel-branded phones, a VR headset, a Wi-Fi router, the Amazon Echo rival Google Home, and now the device depicted in above picture, 4K-capable digital media player. As per the report from Android Police suggests the device will be marketed as the Chromecast Ultra.
This new upcoming Chromecast device is said to run firmware version 1.21 at retail and will be sold alongside the Chromecast dongle which company unveiled last year. The Ultra device will cost you nearly double at $69, as per the report suggests. This new device will let you stream content with 4K resolution from your smartphone to an HDMI-equipped display.
There's also an interesting thing to see that Google has eliminated the Chromecast logo in it's new device and in place of that there's the Google "G" logo.