This week was definitely on the slower side in terms of Android news, but we still had a lot to talk about. Google released the fourth Android P beta this week, which means the final, stable Android P build is upon us. Google also posted updated Android distribution numbers, showing that Oreo is now installed on over 12 percent of all Android devices.
Oh, and we’re giving away an LG V30 this week, which you can find linked below.
Read on to find out the top stories of the week. Aren’t interested in reading? Check out the latest Android Authority Podcast to hear a rundown of all the most important stories that happened this week.
Here are your top stories for the week
The fourth beta version of Android P landed today, which means that the stable version of Android P is incredibly close!
The July batch of Android distribution numbers for 2018 are in, and Android Oreo is now installed on 12.1% of all Android devices.
Is Google Assistant better than Siri? This exhaustive report says “Yes,” in all tested categories except for one significant outlier.
With the Pixel 3 coming to the market in a matter of months, it’s time for Google to add some much-needed features to its Camera app.
An unannounced HTC smartphone codenamed “Imagine Life” — potentially the U12 Life —has leaked, and we’ve got the full specs list. Check out what it’s packing here.
The Xiaomi Mi A2 and Nokia 7 Plus are similarly equipped phones, but which Android One device is better on paper?
The Honor 7S is Honor’s most affordable smartphone yet at just 99GBP. Here is our full Honor 7S review.
Meanwhile, here are some stories we couldn’t cover on the podcast
We pit the OnePlus 6 against its biggest competitors in an all out camera battle. But we didn’t pick the winners — you did.
The rumors touch on the Note 9‘s upcoming dual wireless charger (said to be compatible with the Galaxy Watch), S Pen features, and more.
Who wants to win an LG V30?
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