Over the past week BlackBerry's very first Android smartphone became available exclusively on the AT&T network, marking a pretty huge shift for the company who was once known as a dominant force in smart devices. Although a ways off from an actual announcement date, rumor have been circulating about Samsung's next flagship device, the Galaxy S7, with one of the latest being that it might use a 12MP rear-facing camera with a large sensor. Also revealed this past week was an apparent statement from Google's Eric Schmidt that Android and Chrome OS may potentially merge at some point in the future. In what capacity is unclear.
Good news for Moto G 2015 owners popped up this past week as it was revealed that a software update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow would be right around the corner thanks to the arrival of the Marshmallow soak test. Also in regards to the Moto G is that Motorola will be releasing a "Turbo Edition" for Mexico which is slated to come with a few slightly upgraded specs. If you've been intrigued by Project Ara since details first arrive for the modular device, then the new modular 'Puzzle Phone' campaign on indiegogo might catch your interest. If you've missed any of the top 10 stories from the past week, you can find the links to them all down below.