The mystery of the Google dongle that appeared in the FCC database last month has been solved.
Google today confirmed the ADT-2, a new Android TV dongle that’s the follow-up to 2014′s ADT-1. Unfortunately for anyone that would be interested in buying a new Android TV device from Google, the ADT-2 won’t be sold to consumers. Instead, it’s being given away to developers at Google I/O.
If you’re wondering why Google won’t sell the ADT-2 to the public, it’s because the Android TV team isn’t responsible for making consumer hardware. Google has a hardware team for that.
The Google ADT-2 is powered by an AMLogic 905X chipset, r…
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