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Here are the videos you don’t want to miss this week – November 14, 2015
Following a busy month of Nexus, Droid and Sony reviews, this week has been relatively calm when it comes to Android-related videos. Even so, we’ve still managed to bring you a bunch of interesting video content, including our full reviews of the LG V10 and the ASUS ZenFone 2 Laser, as well as our impressions on the first 48 hours with the affordable OnePlus X. We’ve also linked some great news-focused videos at the bottom of the post as well, relating to recent claims that Google is talking internally about building its own smartphone.
So without any further ado, here are the videos you don’t want to miss this week!
LG V10 review
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If you were a fan of the LG G4 but thought it missed the mark in a few key areas, you should probably check out the latest offering from the company. Don’t miss Lanh’s full review of the LG V10.
ASUS ZenFone 2 Laser review
ASUS already knocked it out of the park with the super affordable ZenFone 2. But does the company’s latest affordable device make any notable improvements? Find out in Bailey’s full review of the ASUS ZenFone 2 Laser.
Hands-on and initial impressions
OnePlus X – the first 48 hours
The new OnePlus X is super affordable and might actually be the most compelling handset the company has ever produced. We haven’t had it long enough to release our full review, so we thought we’d release a quick video detailing our experiences with it for the first 48 hours. Don’t miss Josh’s first impressions on the OnePlus X.
Android Apps Weekly
Apple’s second app, Activision buys King and Fallout Pip-Boy – you don’t want to miss Joe’s latest episode of Android Apps Weekly!
Is Google planning to build its own smartphone?
Why would Google produce its own phone? Standardization.
According to a few recent reports, Google is talking internally, yet again, about building its own phone. This is no Nexus phone, but a Google-manufactured handset through and through. But why? Be sure to check out Jayce’s video above and Bogdan’s full post attached below for our speculation.