Another week in the books here at DL, filled with Marshmallow goodies for Nexus owners, and a bit of sad news for select Verizon customers. On Monday, Marshmallow was made available on Google’s servers for most current Nexus devices, with OTAs rolling out slowly over the course of this week. In addition to that joyous news, we got a LG V10 delivered to the office that we went hands-on with (review coming soon), and a mystery OnePlus device hit the FCC.
As for the sad news, it was made official that Verizon will be increasing the price on existing unlimited data plans out of contract by $20, leading many to light up the torches and grab the pitchforks.
Here are stories from this week you should not miss.
- Review: Huawei Watch
- Video: LG V10 unboxing and first impressions.
- We might be over smartwatches, for now.
- Marshmallow OTA updates for Nexus devices are rolling out.
- Verizon makes Samsung Pay official for Samsung device owners.
- A new OnePlus device hit the FCC.
- HTC says monthly security updates are not realistic.
- Verizon increasing unlimited data plan by $20, here are more details.
- There’s a $0.10 Google Play app sale going on.
- Google announced the AMP Project to speed up the mobile web.
- Report claims the Galaxy S7 may feature a Snapdragon 820 processor.
- Moto X Pure Edition is getting its first soak test update.
Have a great weekend, folks!