Don’t Miss These Android Stories: November 4, 2016

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Another week in the books at DL. As you might have seen, we spent a lot of time on our video review of the Google Pixel, so please be sure to give that a view. In addition, we got our hands on the Google Home, with a full unboxing and setup video available for viewing.

Beyond our own happenings, Samsung is beta testing Nougat for the Galaxy S7, Huawei introduced the Mate 9 and Huawei Fit fitness wearable, and Uber unveiled a newly redesigned app. Lots of excitement, with plenty more to come.

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