Not a lot is understood about both the brand new UI or the brand new streaming dongle, however the report means that the interface will put extra emphasis on content material quite than apps. That will definitely mark a giant shift from how individuals work together with their Android TV units at present, given that every row of content material displayed within the present Android TV interface is drawn from a distinct app that’s marked clearly on the left-hand aspect of the display.
The upcoming dongle, which is believed to be the primary machine to ship with the brand new interface, will reportedly look much like Google’s Chromecast streaming units. It will, nevertheless, operate extra like a Roku or Fire TV stick, which suggests it is going to be an unbiased streaming machine with its personal distant management, and won’t require a cellphone or a pill to relay content material to a TV. According to an earlier report from 9to5Google, it is going to additionally include built-in Google Assistant, and can permit customers to put in apps like Netflix and Disney+ from the Play Store.
There’s no ETA for Google’s upcoming streaming dongle simply but, however the report claims that it may be priced at round $80 (round Rs. 6,000). Given that Android TV is rumored to be rebranded to Google TV, it is going to be attention-grabbing to see if this would be the machine that may usher within the rebranded OS with its revamped UI. Either manner, Google is claimed to be in talks with main streaming providers about assist for its deliberate new UI, so let’s wait and watch how that seems going ahead.