Don’t Miss These Android Stories: August 5, 2016


It was Galaxy Note 7 unveiling week, meaning there is a ton of stuff to revisit if you happened to miss the action. Not only did Samsung unveil their latest creation, but more Nexus 2016 details have been leaked, Instagram introduced Stories, and Android Pay’s Nearby tab is beginning to roll out.

As for the Galaxy Note 7, we have a complete hands-on video for you to enjoy, as well as a comparison video with the Galaxy Note 5. If that isn’t enough, we have stacked it up against other 2016 flagship devices, and practically dedicated an entire episode of The Droid Life Show to it.

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