Q&A Sessions: Volume 42

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It’s been way too long since we had our last Q&A Session, so we’re bringing it back for Volume 42. During the Q&A Sessions, you can ask anything that may be on your mind, Android related or not.

Curious about our take on Google possibly going to Pixel over Nexus? Desperate to know which phone we would recommend at this point in the year? Will the 49ers post an 0-16 record this season? Seriously, ask away, we’re open books. 

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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