Google is planning to launch its Pixel 5 smartphone, a new Chromecast, and a new smart speaker at a special event scheduled for September 30th. The company has started inviting members of the media to the said event, promising the launch of new hardware. The invite says, “We invite you to learn all about our new Chromecast, our latest smart speaker, and our new Pixel phones.” Read More
Following the announcement of Google Meet coming to Chromecast, Google has now revealed that its video calling App, Duo, will be coming to Android TV in the form of a default App. It will allow users to start video calls from their TV screens. A beta version for the same will be released “in the coming weeks”.
“If your TV doesn’t have a camera built-in, you can simply plug in a USB camera,” Google said in its blog post — if your TV supports the feature. One can make both one-on-one and group video calls with the App. Read More
Xiaomi has refreshed its line of Mi TV 4X and has launched a new set of smart TVs that come with the support for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. These new TVs are available in the sizes of 43-inches, 50-inches and 65-inches. Designwise, they are very similar to the older Mi TV 4X variants but they come with many new upgrades on the inside. Read More
China’s premium smartphone brand OnePlus is now making its way into the Smart TV market. As the recent reports suggests, OnePlus is currently working on the new OnePlus TV that is rumoured to launch by the end of this year. There’s not much details stated about its features however it is freshly granted Bluetooth SIG certification that implies a successfully working smart TV. Read More