Don't Miss These Android Stories: May 6, 2016

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Before you head into the weekend or as you consume the weekend, we have the top stories of the week for you below to catch up on. That’s right, we love you so much, we left out all of the fluff to help you gobble up all of the stuff that actually matters.

You will find the latest episode of the DL Show, check in on how everyone’s S7 and S7 Edge are holding up after two months, see why the LG G5 is still a decent option, and deal with our thoughts on the Huawei P9. Other stories include highlights of the new Google Keyboard 5.0, Galaxy S7 Active, new Samsung Pay banks, and LG’s new button-less fingerprint reader.

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