What happened in Android this week? Oh, a couple of things. T-Mobile and Sprint decided to merge. LG announced the G7 ThinQ. HTC told us when their new phone was coming. Google announced a bunch of stuff before Google I/O, which is next week. Samsung and Verizon showed how much they care about you by agreeing to put more bloatware on your phones. And VR had a moment. It was fun.
Now, catch up before next week, because next week is going to be nuts.
- WATCH: Droid Life Show Episode 172 | Subscribe
- Sprint and T-Mobile are merging
- Sprint + T-Mobile = good idea or nah?
- What happens to Sprint and Sprint customers?
- WATCH: First look at the LG G7 ThinQ!
- LG G7 ThinQ announced | Specs | Where to buy?
- HTC’s new phone is coming May 23 | Pictures of it
- Hey look, more OnePlus 6 photos
- Samsung and Verizon have more bloatware for you
- Galaxy S9 and S9+ now come in 128GB and 256GB models
- Which is good, because the S9 isn’t selling well
- Samsung and Verizon are closer than ever to 5G
- Google Assistant now lets you buy movie tickets
- Gboard just added a GIF maker
- AT&T is passing on the LG G7, probably for the V35
- VR News: Lenovo Mirage Solo now available
- VR News: Oculus Go also now available
- Nokia 6.1 finally arrives in US and I want one
- Change your Twitter password
- Pocket Casts was acquired by NPR and some others
- That dumb RED Hydrogen One phone is delayed
- MEATER is an unexpectedly awesome smart gadget
- Question: Your go-to case maker is?
Time for a BeerQ.