We’ve wrapped up another week here at Droid Life, a week filled with actual Android news. I say that because instead of device deals and boring app updates, we actually got the June security patch and the Android O Developer Preview 3. These are the types of weeks we live for. What’s better than a new version of Android to play with?
Outside of that big O news, we reviewed the Blackberry KEYone, found out when to expect the OnePlus 5, and sat back to throw all the shade at Apple during their WWDC 2017 opening keynote. It was fun!
To catch up on that fun, hit up the links below.
- Video: Our Blackberry KEYone is here, keyboard lovers
- OnePlus 5: Phone will be unveiled on June 20
- More OnePlus 5: First official image of it | Second teaser
- Benchmark thinks it knows the specs for the Pixel XL 2
- Android O Developer Preview 3 is here!
- It’s officially Android 8.0 and has finalized APIs
- Google told us when phone and online support for Pixel and Nexus devices stops
- Android Nougat closes in on 10% share
- June’s Android security patch showed up this week
- WWDC 2017 happened and we live blogged it!
- Comparison: HomePod vs. Google Home vs. Amazon Echo
- These Galaxy S8 cases are made of actual rock
- OpenSignal posted its LTE report and the US kind of sucks
- We hope Essential is still working on their phone’s camera
- HTC told their Elevate community to “combat” U11 haters. It didn’t go well.
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