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Andrew Grush

Andrew is one of the three Managing Editors of Android Authority, primarily responsible for the overseeing of US team of writers, in addition to several other projects such as VR Source and more. He loves tech, gaming, his family, and good conversations with like-minded folks.

Andrew's Posts

Deal: LG V20 and Galaxy S7 reduced to $360, Galaxy S7 Edge down to $480 at T-Mobile (Updated)

The LG V20 is less than half price, while the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have been cut down from $673.99 and $779.99 respectively.
by Andrew Grush9 hours ago27

Verizon to test 5G in 11 US cities in 2017, Samsung to help

Verizon has now announced its plans to test 5G wireless in select US cities.
by Andrew Grush21 hours ago1

Moto Mods will be supported for at least 3 years, 12 new coming this year

It seems that twelve new Moto Mods are on their way this year. Even better news, Motorola plans to support the Moto Mod standard for at least three years.
by Andrew Grush1 day ago20

Deal: Moto G4 Play 16 GB for just $99

The Moto G4 Play is currently on sale at B&H for just $99, in your choice of black or white.
by Andrew Grush7 days ago11
 
 

Google’s Android RCS support to Telenor subscribers in Asia and Europe

Google continues to push forward its plans to bring RCS to more Android users. with Telenor as the latest carrier to partner up, bringing RCS support to its subscribers in Asia and Europe.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago3

#ThrowbackThursday – When Nokia brought us their first Android phones

Nearly three years ago to the date, Nokia brought the world its first Android powered phones.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago13

Android continues to grow, meanwhile Blackberry and Windows are all but dead

Android continues to grow, this time at the expense of Windows and Blackberry -- both of which are nearly dead.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago21

ZTE will showcase a gigabit phone at MWC

5G isn't quite here yet, but that's not stopping ZTE from taking a big step in the right direction. The OEM will be showcasing the ZTE Gigabit Phone at MWC later this month.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago4

What would a return to China mean for the Google Play Store?

Once again the rumor mill suggests Google Play is on its way to China. But what exactly would that mean for Google Play? Let's explore that thought.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago32

LG G6 teasers point to waterproofing and a focus on reliability

LG's latest teasers suggest that the LG G6 will not only be waterproof, but that the company is taking reliability very seriously.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago49
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