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Here are the videos you don’t want to miss this week – February 20, 2016
MWC 2016 is just now getting started, and we’re going to have tons of great coverage coming your way over the next week. Before we get to the new stuff, though, we should definitely recap what’s been happening in the Android world this past week.
Josh and Nirave just published their full reviews of the Nextbit Robin, and Lanh has published his full review of the Samsung Galaxy A7. Joe also made a detailed video comparing Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play Music, and Jayce and Rob were able to walk us through how fingerprint scanners work.
Here are the Android-related videos you don’t want to miss this week.
Nextbit Robin review
The Nextbit Robin is a new player in the Android space, and it’s causing quite the stir already. It’s a phone that supposedly never runs out of storage thanks to its unique cloud backup solution. Can it compete in the crowded Android space, and does the new cloud storage method provide a solution to everyones’ smartphone problems? Be sure to check out Josh and Nirave’s full reviews for all the details.
Samsung Galaxy A7 review
Samsung’s 2016 Galaxy A7 aims to offer a flagship experience without the high price tag. Is it successful? Find out everything you need to know in Lanh’s full review.
Galaxy S7 and G5 leaks
Leaked: Galaxy S7 in the flesh
Thanks to an unknown tipster of ours, we were able to bring you some exclusive hands-on photos and a short video on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7.
LG G5 vs Samsung Galaxy S7: Which are you more excited for?
Two of the most-anticipated smartphones of the year – the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7. Which are you most looking forward to?
Apple Music vs Spotify vs Google Play Music
Streaming music is all the rage nowadays, and it seems like every company says their music app is the best. Want to know once and for all? Joe goes hands-on and compares Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play Music to find out which is the best for your money.
Ultrasonic fingerprint scanners: how do they work?
Fingerprint sensors are available in just about every major handset nowadays, but do you ever wonder how they work? Be sure to check out Jayce’s video and Rob’s full post attached below for all of the details.
Android Apps Weekly
New Grand Theft Auto, Final Fantasy IX, Twitter pulls a Facebook — you don’t want to miss the latest episode of Joe’s Android Apps Weekly show.