Featured: Top 10 Android News Stories July 19th

Now that's it's nearing the middle of the summer, it's getting closer to the suspected announcement date for Samsung's new Note flagship, along with the Galaxy S6+ that's rumored to launch alongside it. Speaking of Samsung, one of the latest rumors suggests exactly that, that Samsung is opting to launch the Galaxy Note 5 in August instead of September at IFA like usual, and that the Galaxy S6+ will launch alongside it. There were also some details about Google Glass this week, where the latest rumor suggests that the upcoming version of Google Glass could end up allowing the user to snap pictures by framing the subject with the fingers.

Although details were not divulged, Nokia unveiled that they would be holding an event on July 28th where it's suspected they will announce something that has to do with new smartphones. That's only a day after OnePlus' official event on July 27th where they'll be announcing the new OnePlus 2. They might also show off a second device thought to be a OnePlus 2 Mini, as the OnePlus CEO has confirmed they will be releasing a second device this year. If you happened to miss any of the biggest news this week, all the biggest stories are linked down below.

Next-Gen Google Glass Could Take a Picture With Finger Frames

Nokia To Hold A VIP Event In Los Angeles On July 28th

Rumor: Huawei Nexus Will Come With Snapdragon 810, Not 820

CEO Confirms OnePlus Will Launch Two Phones This Year

Android M Brings A Native Visual Voicemail

Google To Offer Free Internet To Low-Income Families

T-Mobile/Verizon HTC One M9 To Get Android 5.1 By 7/20

Intex iRist Is A New Smartwatch Powered By Android 4.4.2

Back Covers Leak for Droid Mini, Moto G, Moto X & New Droid

Rumor: Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ to Launch in August

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