Don’t Miss These Android Stories: November 11, 2016


Another week in the books here at DL. This week, we posted up a review for Google’s Daydream View VR headset, plus we unboxed Huawei’s latest flagship device, the Mate 9. In addition, we learned that OnePlus 3 owners should expect to see Nougat by year’s end (unless you want to flash a beta this month), and Samsung may introduce its very own digital assistant for the Galaxy S8 lineup.

Looking ahead, OnePlus has an event scheduled for November 15, and Instagram confirmed that they are working on a live video service. Oh my, lots of fun stuff happening.

Here’s the stuff you don’t want to miss from the past week. 

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