This week had one theme to it — foldable phones. We saw not one, but two folding phones come out this week, and we went hands-on with the world’s first foldable from Royole. At Samsung’s developer conference, we saw its new infinity flex display. Google is on board too. At its own developer conference, Google announced official support for “foldables” will be baked into Android going forward. 2019 looks to be the year of the foldable, because LG will likely throw its hat in the ring as well. Gimmick, or way of the future? You decide.
We also published our full review of the OnePlus 6T this week too!
Also, we have a low-light camera shootout between two of the best in the business, some notched displays from Samsung, and oh yeah, we launched our Best of Android Reader’s Choice tournament as well. There’s a lot to chew on, so let’s get started!
Here are your top stories for the week
Our full review of the OnePlus 6T is in. Starting at $549, this phone is a no-brainer for anyone, especially T-Mobile customers.
You have the chance to vote for your favorites in our Best of Android Reader’s Choice awards.
Samsung is changing its UI to make for a better experience — touch on the bottom, visual elements on the top.
Google announced new support for “foldable” devices in the future. A sign of things to come?
We got a good look at Samsung’s upcoming foldable phone/tablet/device/whatever.
This is a holdover from last week, but LG looks to be unveiling a foldable smartphone at CES 2019.
We go hands-on with the first foldable smartphone, and it isn’t from Samsung or LG.
Meanwhile, here are some stories we couldn’t cover on the podcast
Samsung also showed off some notched screens that it’s working on, but didn’t say what they were for.
A showdown between the Google Pixel 3 and the Huawei Mate 20’s respective low-light modes.
Do you really want Bixby in your home? Samsung thinks you do.
Who wants to win a OnePlus 6T?
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