Hey, another week is over, so that means another week closer to MWC and the beginning of 2017’s first flagship season. WE. ARE. READY. FOR. NEW. PHONES. The LG G6 is up first, and boy did we have a bunch of leaks on that front this week. We also got Android 7.1.2, re-reviewed the Google Pixel, found out when to expect the first “5G” markets from AT&T, and are wondering if Razer is going to build a smartphone.
Below, you’ll find the biggest Android stories of the week. Be sure to catch up!
- WATCH: Droid Life Show Episode 132 | Subscribe
- Super Bowl LI: Watch it in VR |
- LG G6 Leaks Everywhere: Prototype images | In shiny black | Pretty brushed metal
- Google Pixel Review: 3 months later, it’s the phone for me
- Android 7.1.2 Released | Factory images | Beta goes live
- Nexus 5X gets fingerprint swipe for notifications in 7.1.2
- No Android 7.1.2 for Nexus 6 or Nexus 9
- Opinion: Samsung, your rumored Galaxy S8 fingerprint location sucks
- AT&T’s first “5G Evolution” markets launch this year
- RIP, Google Now Launcher?
- Poll: Does your phone have Nougat yet?
- New Balance RunIQ watch now available
- Instagram was testing multi-photo posts on Android
- Plex now controlled by Amazon Alexa
- Poll: Do you use your fingerprint reader?
- Razer bought Nextbit and the Robin is done for
- Samsung’s MWC event invite teases a new tablet
Patriots goin’ down. Probably not, but it’s what the world wants. And that means something in 2017.