A lot has happened in the past week in the world of Android, and this includes a good few rumors about upcoming devices as it gets closer and closer to Mobile World Congress. While Samsung has confirmed that they won't be officially announcing the Galaxy S8 at the event, it has now been rumored that they may tease the upcoming flagship in a video at their press conference. Speaking of which, Samsung has confirmed their press conference for Mobile World Congress and have teased the announcement of what looks like a tablet, and is likely to be the Galaxy Tab S3.
While Mobile World Congress my be the first time that Samsung has officially shown off the Galaxy Tab S3, a recent leak shows what is believed to be the device from both the front and the back so the final design is potentially already known. Another big device reveal is expected to happen much sooner, more specifically as soon as this week as it's believed that Google and LG will unveil the LG Watch Sport and the LG Watch Style on Thursday, with the former being rumored to cost $349 while the latter is rumored to cost $249. Also this past week, people started receiving the latest Android software as Google began sending out updates for Android 7.1.2 to users that were part of the Android Beta Program. If you happened to miss any of this past week's top stories, you can find them at the links below.