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Featured: Top 10 Android News Stories – March 13th, 2016

March 13, 2016 - Written By Justin Diaz

It was a big week for the world of Android as not only did LG give a time frame for the launch of their upcoming flagship smartphone, the LG G5, but Samsung has finally launched their two newest flagships, the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge as of Friday. While details of a new device launch from LG and the actual launch from Samsung are certainly a big deal, the biggest news perhaps comes from Google this past week, as the official announcement for Android N went public, and along with it came the launch of the first Android N Developer Preview which many users have already gotten their hands on and have started testing.

Aside from their news of Android N, Google has also been rumored to be investigating the possibility of pushing their Fiber internet service past the speeds of 1Gbps, which is the current high-speed service that they offer to customers in the areas where Fiber is available. When it comes to rumored devices, leaked screenshots and specifications for a new Nokia handset called the C9 have surfaced, stating the device will have a metal frame and be powered by the Snapdragon 820 and come with 4GB of RAM, as well as a 21MP rear camera. Amazon has also been rumored to be working on a VR department of their own, and a recently discovered job listing for the company would seem to suggest that they are indeed working to create division for VR technology and products. If you’ve missed any of the biggest stories from this past week, you can find the links to all of them down below.

Google Unveil Android N Preview With Multi-Window and More

Google May Be Looking To Push Fiber Past 1Gbps

LG G5 Will launch in Early April, Buyers will get free Accessories

Nokia C9 Specifications Leak, Android Under The Hood

Samsung Announce Global Launch of Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge

Google Now may soon not Need a Data Connection

Video-Only Feed Could Be Coming To Facebook Android App

Amazon Job Listing Confirms Plans For VR Department

Google Docs Now Supports EPUB File Exports

Project Fi Goes Invite-Free, Nexus 5X Available For Only $199