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Samsung Korea has released a new teaser for their upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and it is as cryptic as ever. The ambiguous teaser hints at many new features that the phone will have, leaving the interpretation up to the viewer.
With less than one week away from the unveiling of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, leaks continue to roll-in. Some of the speculations from Samsung Korea’s teaser ad seem to be true. The handset will allegedly release on September 7th in Europe.
The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.
Samsung will unveil the much-anticipated Galaxy Note 7 flagship on Tuesday, August 2nd. The private press event will take place in NYC at 11:00am EST. It will be accompanied by a live stream and satellite events in major cities.
On July 28th, LG announced its second quarter financial results. Along with it came confirmation that a new ‘V’ smartphone is coming later this year. Could it be a successor to the V10?
Motorola, owned by Lenovo, is really serious about Moto Mods. The company released two Android apps in the Play Store yesterday that will act as the center of control for one’s Moto Mods.
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, announced stellar results for Q2 during their quarterly earnings call. The company also noted that it passed a major milestone. 30 million Chromecasts have now been sold.