Don't Miss These Android Stories: July 1, 2016

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For it being just another random slow week at the end of June, we sure had some big things happen in the world of Android. We now know what Android N stands for and what its version number will be, welcomed in a US unlocked Galaxy S7 (and S7 Edge), learned about another HTC Nexus, pre-ordered the Moto G4 and G4 Plus, and started prepping for big announcements from Verizon that should come next week.

Over the long weekend, you should probably catch up. In case you hadn’t realized, things are about to get wild around here with the Note 7, Moto Z, and new Nexus devices on the way. 

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