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Top 10 Android News Stories April 5th – April 11th

April 12, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

If you were a little preoccupied this week and missed any of the big news in mobile and tech, we have you covered with some of the biggest stories this week so you can catch up. Although not officially from LG, it would appear that LG’s upcoming flagship device, the LG G4 was leaked via a massive cache of images showing off the devices multiple different colors and back designs as well as alleged specifications. LG was slated to show off the device at the end of this month at their announcement event. LG has also set up a chance for some lucky individuals to test out the G4 prior to the phone’s launch. HTC this week announced their HTC One M9+ officially, while also announcing that the device would not be bound for North American and European shores.

Google had some fairly big news this week as they’ve been rumored to be reaching completion of iOS compatibility with Android Wear devices, and they’re reportedly working on improving the future of battery technology for devices. Samsung’s biggest news this week could be their announcement of Avengers themed Galaxy S6 smartphones, while another possible leak of the next Motorola smartwatch seems to have appeared online.

Massive Leakage: Upcoming LG G4 Android Smartphone Exposed, 30 Images and Details

Google Reported To Have Joined The Challenge To Develop Improved Battery Technology

OnePlus Carl Pei Confirms CM12S For The OnePlus One Has Passed Certification And Arriving in “Next Few Days”

Samsung Releasing Avengers Themed Galaxy S6 Accessories

Google Rumored To Be Close To Finishing Android Wear Compatibility With The iPhone

T-Mobile Is Now Finally Testing The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 With Android 5.0 Lollipop

HTC One M9+ Gets Announced, Complete With A 5.2″ 2K Display, 3GB Of RAM And A Fingerprint Scanner

LG Offers Unique Opportunity To “Test Drive” The LG G4 For 30 Days Before Launch

Google Rumored To Launch New Home Repair Search Tool For Consumers

New Render Of Moto 360 Successor Emerges With Rounder Display And Touting An Increased Resolution