once again give way to weekly compilation of news related to the Android operating system, in which we review all the news from the last seven days and while we have published here in the blog.
starring The week has been full of news about the South Korean manufacturer LG, which has filed brand LG V10 , a terminal with the original combination of a double front screen and no less than three chambers. On the other hand, it presented the renewal or rather the second generation of Android Wear brand, LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition . And if that were not enough, we have drawn on our minds by the leaks may be the LG G4 Pro, a phablet of great importance for the firm.
Of course Samsung also has its role in the week due to rumors of his huge tablet 18.5 inches . Sony, and it is not, has taken credit for best camera on the market with its Xperia Z5 . And finally, the controversial absence of USB-C-A USB cable the content of the newly introduced package 5X and Google Nexus, Android 6.0 operating system Marshmallow.
We made a quick rundown but still, not we will reveal nothing more video inside!
You Revealed specifications of Samsung 18-inch tablet
These are the Motorola devices updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Submission LG V10 terminal with innovative twin-chamber front display
LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition: the first Android Wear that does not require a terminal
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