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Here are the videos you don’t want to miss this week – September 25, 2016

This week we went hands-on with Google Allo, got an in-depth look at the LG V20's camera, and much more. Here are the videos you don't want to miss this week!
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September 25, 2016
Google Allo Main Screen

This week was certainly a busy one in the world of Android.

While our LG V20 is still running pre-production (not review-ready) software, we were still able to bring you a few videos that show off some of its most impressive features. We also took a good look at Google Allo, reviewed the new Huawei nova and nova plus, and much more.

Here are the Android-related videos you don’t want to miss this week.

Diving in deep with the LG V20

LG V20 tips and tricks

With the LG V20 soon to hit store shelves, here are some helpful tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your LG V20!

LG V20 cinematic video test

The LG V20 has some really impressive video capabilities. Check out our LG V20 cinematic video test to see what this smartphone is capable of!

The latest and greatest Android apps

Google Allo quick look

Wondering what Google’s new messaging app is all about? Don’t miss our hands-on look at Google Allo!

Android Apps Weekly

YouTube going social, goodbye Sunrise, it’s Pixel Launcher now — you don’t want to miss the latest episode of Joe’s Android Apps Weekly show.

Honor 8 Feature Focus: camera

The Honor 8 offers two factors that are often mutually exclusive: a high-end dual camera experience and an affordable price. In this feature focus, we take a closer look at Honor’s camera tech while examining a number of camera samples.

Huawei nova and nova plus review

Huawei has two new mid-range smartphones: the nova and the nova plus. The nova is a 5.0 inch device with 3GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625, while the nova plus is a 5.5 version with the same basic internals. Here is our full review of both devices.

Yahoo hacked: Why did Yahoo wait so long to tell us?

Yes, spies. Yahoo has confirmed that a ‘state-sponsored actor’ stole data on half a billion accounts in 2014. It may be the largest data breach of all time.