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Here are the videos you don’t want to miss this week – October 3, 2015
If you consider yourself an Android fan, this was probably one of the most exciting weeks of the year for you.
Google finally unveiled the heavily-rumored Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X smartphones, and we even got a first hand look at the new Pixel C tablet. Just because Google took the wraps off two smartphones, though, doesn’t mean the rest of the Android world stopped for a breather. LG announced the brand new V10 smartphone, which actually seems to be getting some great feedback so far. We’ve also managed to bring you full reviews of the Moto X Play and Asus ZenWatch 2, and pit the Huawei Mate S up against some fierce competition.
Our video team has been hard at work to bring you the best Android-related video coverage this week, so let’s take a quick look at some of the videos you may have missed.
Hands-on with Google’s newest devices
Nexus 6P first look
Want to see just what Google’s flagship Nexus device, the Nexus 6P, is all about? We go hands on with the brand new Huawei-made device.
Nexus 5X first look
Everyone loved 2013’s Nexus 5, so it’s no surprise that Google would want to bring it back in an even better iteration. Let’s take a quick look at the new Nexus 5X.
Nexus 6P vs Nexus 6 – quick look
The battle of the two giant Nexus phones – Josh takes a quick look at the newly-announced Nexus 6P and 2014’s Nexus 6.
Nexus 5X vs Nexus 5 – quick look
The Nexus 5 was arguably the most loved Nexus device Google has ever built. So how does the successor compare to 2013’s inexpensive Nexus smartphone? Josh goes hands-on to find out.
Pixel C first look
Google surprised us with the announcement of the Pixel C tablet. What does this new Android-powered tablet have to offer? Let’s find out in this quick hands-on video.
Everything you need to know about the latest from LG
LG V10 hands-on
LG’s latest flagship smartphone, the V10, is one hell of a smartphone. With its durable design, awesome video features and unique Second Screen, this may be LG’s best smartphone to date.
LG V10 vs LG G4 quick look
Wondering how the brand new LG V10 fares against the LG G4? Lanh goes hands-on to give you that answer.
LG V10 durability drop test
The LG V10 is incredibly durable. Just how durable, you ask? Lanh puts it through a realistic drop and durability test to find out.
LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition first look
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LG’s Watch Urbane has been one of our favorite Android Wear smartwatches so far. Can the cellular-connected Watch Urbane 2nd Edition do the same? Krystal goes hands-on to find out.
Motorola Moto X Play review
The Moto X Play is Motorola’s most recent mid-range offering. Is this the budget-friendly handset we’ve all been waiting for? Check out Ash’s full review for more info.
Asus ZenWatch 2 review
This could be the best entry-level Android Wear smartwatch ever. Check out Krystal’s full review of the Asus ZenWatch 2.
Google Now on Tap quick look
We got the chance to go hands-on with Now on Tap at Google I/O 2015, but now the feature has finally rolled out to devices running the Android 6.0 Marshmallow preview. What can you expect from this new feature? Joe takes a quick look.
Apps, games and more!
Android Apps Weekly
GeForce NOW, Need for Speed: No Limits, Legend of the Brofist – you don’t want to miss Joe’s newest episode of Android Apps Weekly!
The very best Android apps – September 2015 edition
Wondering what new and notable applications and games you should try out? Check out Joe’s big app roundup for September 2015!
More videos you don’t want to miss!
- Huawei Mate S vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5
- Huawei Mate S vs Huawei Mate 7
- Wove Band flexible display wearable first look
- Wove Band flexible display wearable first details
- Someone bought Google.com?!
So that wraps up our video coverage for this week. Out of all the devices that were announced, which is your favorite? One of Google’s Nexus phones, or the new LG V10? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!