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Android fans, this week brought us the much anticipated LG G4. Featuring a striking leather outfit, a vibrant display, and a top-notch camera, LG’s device shapes up to be one of the top smartphones of the year and go head to head with Samsung’s Galaxy S6. In other news, Microsoft announced that Android apps will be able to run on Windows devices with just a few modifications; an intriguing rumor surfaced about a possible Xperia P successor;  the divorce between Cyanogen and OnePlus was all but made official; Google made it possible to control tons of apps with voice commands; and we’ve got a glimpse of the upcoming Oppo R7.

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The month that just ended brought as a ton of stuff to talk about in our world of Android. We’ve got new devices like the Huawei P8, LG G4, Xperia Z4, and Xiaomi Mi 4i. And we got some cool developments straight out of Google HQ, like Project Fi and Google Now’s brand new abilities.

The month of May shapes up to be just exciting. On the new device front, we have Oppo’s R7 and the release of the Zenfone 2 in North America. But what we’re really excited about is, of course, Google I/O, scheduled for May 28-29. Will we see a preview of the next version of Android? Will we see new devices? What surprises does Google have in store? Frankly, we can’t wait to find out!

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Top news of the week

And here are the top news in the Android world this week:

Cyanogen is done with OnePlus

LG G4 is here

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A wild Xperia P2 rumor appears

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Google app updates

Oppo R7 peak

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Windows 7 wants some Android love

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