This week in Android: AA Podcast revival, OnePlus 6 camera shootout, and more
You may have only seen headlines about Amazon Prime Day this week, but that wasn’t all that happened. The OnePlus 6 received a pretty great camera update this week, and we compared the new software against the Galaxy S9 Plus, Pixel 2, and iPhone X. You can see the full camera comparison (and giveaway) right here.
Oh, and we’re giving away a Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus this week, which you can find linked below.
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We pit the OnePlus 6‘s new camera software against the best camera phones in a blind shootout. Oh, and we’re also giving away a OnePlus 6!
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The fine the EU just handed Google over alleged Android antitrust issues has left us feeling pretty conflicted.
That’s right, folks — the Android Authority Podcast is back yet again, this time with a new (but familiar) lineup! The Android Authority Podcast is available on iTunes, Pocket Casts, Google Play Music, and anywhere else podcasts are supported.
The Moto Z3 Play features a modern design and dual cameras, but it misses the mark in a few key areas. This is the Moto Z3 Play review.
Evan Blass has just shared an official press render of the Galaxy Note 9 in a blue and yellow colorway.
From the camera department to AI silicon, here’s what we want to see from 2019’s high-end smartphones.
Samsung is number one for failure rates, according to the report, but there are a few surprises too.
Buying a smartphone can be a hard decision, but did you know it can also be an ethical debate of sorts? Enter conflict minerals and why they matter.
The very first Chrome OS tablet has its quirks, but might be perfect for the classroom. This is our full Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review.
Who wants to win a Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus?
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