Featured: Top 10 Android News Stories February 7th

With Mobile World Congress 2016 creeping up in just a couple of short weeks, there's been lots of news regarding the upcoming devices from major manufacturers like Samsung and LG. This doesn't mean that older devices have been completely forgotten, of course, as this past week has shown some of 2015's flagship devices were starting to receive the latest version of Android through an OTA update, bringing them up to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and in line with the current crop of Nexus smartphones. Just this past week, the T-Mobile model LG G4 started receiving Android 6.0 for some users.

Also this past week, rumors surfaced regarding the Galaxy S7 from Samsung, following the FCC certification, displaying details and specifications from a leaked spec sheet of the T-Mobile model of the device, which stated that it had almost 4GB of RAM, a Qualcomm processor, and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow software. It was also rumored that Samsung may be looking to skip the Galaxy S7 Edge + in Europe and decide to launch the Galaxy Note 6 in the region only. It's also been rumored that Samsung may end showing off the Gear 360 VR at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event alongside the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. If you've missed any of the top stories from the past week. You can find them via the links below.

Rumor: Samsung Will Bring Galaxy Note 6 To Europe

Google Hangouts Switching To Peer-To-Peer Voice Calls

T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Variant Pops Up On Geekbench

Moto 360 Sport Available In Canada Through The Google Store

Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA Hitting the T-Mobile LG G4

Samsung's Unpacked Site Code Suggests Gear 360 MWC Launch

Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge Get Certified By The FCC

Huawei Sold 12 Million Phones Last Month, 108 Million In 2015

Google Created A Digital Library For The Evolution Of eBooks

Android Wear v1.4: Brings new Gestures, Make Calls & More

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