Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and David Imel are still on the mic, with Adam Molina returning from a little bug to chat technology on episode 107 of the Android Authority Podcast. We chat drones, 360 cameras, T-Mobile stolen phone issues and Reddit. Then more Reddit… Our main topics include Android distribution numbers, HTC U 11, OEM specific features makes Josh talk about Blackberry, the internal storage question is less of a debate than ever and we chat a little about what comes next, our desired specs and features for the future of Android.

It is a very busy time around the Android Authority network, be sure to check in with Charged.io, VRSource.com and SoundGuys.com for some of the latest from our team.

The Android Authority Podcast – discussing topics in Android every week.

Rough Timecodes:
Check-in with Drones, Insta360, T-Mobile, Reddit and more.
33:00 – Android distribution numbers – Nougat on 7% of devices
50:00 – HTC U 11
58:00 – OEM Features, but not Blackberry and their keyboard
74:00 – Internal storage, how much do you need?
82:00 – Phones of the future

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Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums – Podcast discussion
DJI Goggles for Mavic Pro – on Charged.io
Android distribution numbers May 2017
HTC U 11
OEM Features
Internal storage poll
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VRSource.com
SoundGuys.com

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Recorded May 5, 2017. Hosted and produced by Joshua Vergara.

“I should have just talked to you guys, I don’t know why I went to the doctors…. idiots.”

Joshua Vergara
Writer, blogger, and videographer - Josh is a former support technician that learned much about technology by fixing everyone else's. On the side, he wrote and performed spoken word, maintained his own personal blogs, and began his own video podcast. Now, he's here at Android Authority looking to put it all together!
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