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This week in Android: Best of Android and so much Google
From a field of 24 candidates for our Reader’s Choice Award, you narrowed it down to… well, you’ll have to read to find out. At the same time, we wrapped up our Best of Android Awards with our Best Innovation award, as voted on by the Android Authority staff.
Google was all over the headlines this past week. Our official review of the Google Pixel Slate is in and it is one of the best Chrome OS tablets you can buy, but it comes with a few caveats. Meanwhile, Google took the “project” out of Fi and made it Google Fi. It comes with support for quite a few new phones, including the iPhone.
Here are your top stories for the week
Our readers voted for what they think is the best Android phone of 2018. The winner shouldn’t come as a surprise.
2018 was chock full of emerging technology to make our smartphones smarter. What got us the most excited?
The Google Pixel Slate is one of the best Chromebook/tablets that you can buy. The question is, do you want it?
After three years, Project Fi is now Google Fi with expanded compatibility for more phones.
Some phones don’t work as well as others on Google Fi. If your phone is not built for Fi, here’s what you can expect.
In 1993, AT&T ran a series of commercials predicting what the future would bring. Holy cow did they get a lot right.
Meanwhile, here are some stories we couldn’t cover on the podcast
HTC is in free fall. Is the HTC U12 Life what it needs to turn things around?
Do you need a cryptocurrency phone? The Sirin Finney smartphone might be your best bet.
More leaks emerge for the Pixel 3 Lite. Nothing official though which is more than a little maddening.
LG moved its head of home entertainment over to the mobile division to try and kick start things.
Just to reinforce the idea, Huawei showed off the new phone on stage at a concert in China, because why not?
Who wants to win a Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
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