(Pocket-lint) – Google announced a surge of new devices in early August, and the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are slated for release in October, while the Pixel 5 5G is slated to arrive in late August. However, it looks like there could still be more from the company before the end of the year.
Spotted by Android Poilce, a mysterious Google device has passed through the FCC with the description “Wireless Streaming Device”. It has the model number GJQ9T. No other identifying information was offered on the list, although going through the FCC usually means a launch is imminent.
Unfortunately, with little information, it’s a bit of a guessing game as to what the device might be. A new Google Chromecast would seem like the most logical guess and given that the 2020 Chromecast with Google TV also went through the FCC in August with model number GZRNL, that would support that idea.
That said, the Chromecast with Google TV has been described as an “interactive media streaming device” rather than a “wireless streaming device” like this list, so we may be looking at something else. Given that Google just announced new Nest Cams and a new battery-powered Nest doorbell, there aren’t any obvious options left, especially since the inclusion of Wi-Fi 5 support excludes them. Pixel Buds premium.
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We suspect that whatever the mystery device is, it will likely show up at the company’s Made by Google event later this year. This usually takes place in October and is where the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are expected to be fully revealed.
Written by Britta O’Boyle. Originally published on .