Q&A Sessions: Volume 41

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With new devices launched and plenty more to come in 2016, it’s understandable if you have questions regarding your best course of action. For example, is the OnePlus 3 a good buy right now at $399, considering new Nexus devices are on the way? Or, will the next Galaxy Note absolutely dominate any other smartphone at launch? We would be happy to answer any questions you might have on new devices, or really, any other topic you want to discuss. 

The DL Q&A Sessions are a time to pick the DL staffer brains. Any topic, even if it’s not Android, is acceptable. We can discuss Kevin Durant’s impending move to the Bay Area, what type of smart tech we have in our homes, or anything else you might be curious about.

On Friday, we will round up as many questions as possible and post our answers.

To see all of our previous Q&A’s, check them out here.

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