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Featured: Top 10 Android News Stories November 1st

November 1, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

Lots happened this past week besides Halloween that you may have missed, and if that is the case we’ve got you covered and have rounded up the top stories from the past week.  The biggest things to happen revolved around Motorola’s and OnePlus’ new phone launches, with Motorola officially announcing both the DROID Turbo 2 as well as the DROID Maxx 2, both phones also being Verizon Wireless exclusives. Later in the week OnePlus officially announced the OnePlus X, their second phone of the year and their third phone overall, aimed at those who wanted something with a smaller display and a more mid-range set of specs as well as a mid-range price point.

Also unveiled this past week was the Galaxy View tablet from Samsung, which comes equipped with a monster size 18-inch display. When it comes to phones, although the LG V10 was already announced prior to this past week, LG did finally announce that the devices would begin shipping in the U.S. Google also had a fairly big announcement that Android and Chrome OS would merge together in some form by 2017. Google also launched YouTube Red this past week, its ad-free version of YouTube that costs $9.99 a month. If you’re interested in the rest of the top stories from this past week you can click the links down below.

Verizon Introduces Droid MAXX 2 With 5.5-inch 1080p Display

Verizon Announce the Droid Turbo 2 with 5.4″ Quad HD Display

OnePlus Unveil The OnePlus X, Priced At $249

Samsung Finally makes the Galaxy View Official

LG Will Start To Ship The V10 This Week To U.S. & Other Markets

Report: Chrome OS To Be Absorbed By Android In 2017

YouTube Red Launches Today, for $9.99/Month

Sony Looking To Buy Toshiba’s CMOS Sensor Plant

Motorola Will Consider ShatterShield for Other Products

Google Announces Their Second OnHub Router From Asus