Yeah, I said it.
In addition to the Patriots being cheaters and eventual losers of Super Bowl 2018, another week in Android is over and we had some fun stuff in the lead-up to the Galaxy S9 taking over. We showed off iPhone X-like navigation gestures on the OnePlus 5T, found out the Galaxy S9 and S9+’s battery sizes, confirmed that carriers will raise prices on us with 5G, and were confused by the Trump admin considering a government-owned 5G network.
It’s all in the recap below, so dive in and ignore football.
- Video: OnePlus takes on iPhone X gesture navigation in update
- Video: 15+ Android tips and trips, the basics for everyone
- Samsung is going to release a phone with a foldable OLED display
- You may be disappointed in Galaxy S9 and S9+ battery sizes
- 5G will cause data plan prices to increase
- Google completes purchase of HTC employees
- Google sold 10s of millions of devices last year, up bigly
- Google killed 700,000+ bad apps in 2017
- Essential ditches Android 8.0 update for 8.1
- Poll: Still using Instagram?
- In Android P, I’ll take scrolling capture screenshots, please
- Trump admin floated idea of government-owned 5G and the FCC laughed
- Something happened with the LG bootloop settlement, but it’s confusing
- Google Assistant now lets you set music as alarms
- YouTube TV is now available on Roku
- Mario Kart is coming to phones!
- LG really is re-releasing 2017’s phones in 2018
- Report: Verizon also wants nothing to do with Huawei