The Show: Episode 124 - RIP, Galaxy Note 7

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On this episode of the Droid Life Show, we’ll say goodbye to the Galaxy Note 7 now that it has officially been discontinued, talk about the impact it may have on Samsung, and what kinds of options you have in the replacement column. The good news is that there are a lot, but unfortunately, none quite stack up to what the Note 7 offered.

After that, we’ll dive into next week’s Pixel launch and more!

Join us at 11:30AM Pacific (2:30PM Eastern) for the fun.

If you miss us live, feel free to subscribe to us by following one of the links below. We have a video embed as well and will be chatting it up over at the YouTube page for the show. You can find it here.  

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