We just wanted to drop a quick reminder that Chris Chavez is live in Santa Monica, CA for Amazon’s exciting event. We expect to see tablets, at least — but a new wrinkle in the fold suggests a phone might be announced. Since we won’t know for sure until Amazon says things we’re going to be focused on that, but know that we’ll have all the hands-on and first look video you can handle shortly after the event wraps up. Stay tuned to Phandroid.com for the latest.
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A new report out of Apteligent is making the rounds today suggesting apps on Android Nougat crash way more than those on iOS 10, and it seems some people are blowing the data they presented way out of proportion. That’s why we’re here to tell you that there’s no reason to panic.
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Senior VP of Android is hyping up Google’s October 4th event, comparing it to the launch of Android 8 years ago.
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Summer is now just a memory as the leaves slowly begin to change color and football dominates the weekends. One thing that didn’t change is the constant stream of new Android apps. The last month was a little lighter on app releases, but we still had some excellent ones make their debut.
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With Google seemingly going all-in on “Pixel” for 2016, we’d assumed the Nexus line was dead. That belief fostered deep down inside of us early on due to long-time rumors that Google was looking to move on from the brand. But one trustworthy individual says “Nexus isn’t dead.”
As we quickly approach Google’s big Oct. 4th event in San Francisco, new information about what Google could have in store has been leaking out almost every single day now. Today, a full 360-degree render of the Pixel XL has popped up online, along with full dimensions of the phone.
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While we didn’t overreact to early reports that movement on the Android Wear front would be a little stale in the final moments of 2016, this piece of news may be a bit more startling. Huawei is said to be looking to collaborate with Samsung on using Tizen for wearables.