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This week we reviewed the LG G7 ThinQ, Nokia 7 Plus, and the Honor 10. We also went hands-on with the OnePlus 6 and Realme 1, discussed new HTC U12 Plus rumors, and much, much more.

Here’s what you need to know about this week in Android.

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OnePlus 6 hands-on: Glass on glass We went hands on with the brand new OnePlus 6. Does it live up to the quality of past OnePlus devices? Read on to find out.


LG G7 ThinQ review: Bright, loud, and smart The LG G7 ThinQ brings a Super Bright Display and an incredibly loud speaker, but is it enough to compete with the best from Samsung and Apple?


OnePlus 6 vs OnePlus 5T: The state of never settling The OnePlus 6 is the newest flagship from the company that refuses to settle, but do the new features make it worth a purchase over the last model in its range?


Nokia 7 Plus review: The perfect mid-range smartphone Is the Nokia 7 Plus the device to translate the wide consumer interest in the ‘new’ Nokia into real sales? Here’s our Nokia 7 Plus review.


YouTube Music is official, but what will happen to Play Music? Google has (sort of) clarified questions surrounding Google Play Music subscribers with YouTube Red.


Honor 10 review: Reflections of a flagship The Honor 10 shares a lot of specs and features with the Huawei P20 and Honor View 10, but has a look and style all of its own. This is the Honor 10 review.


This is the HTC U12 Plus Evan Blass just leaked another set of renders for the HTC U12 Plus as well as a full spec sheet that tells us (almost) everything.


OnePlus 6: What’s great, what’s missing The OnePlus 6 is a great phone, but is there anything missing that we would have liked to see?


Realme 1 hands-on: Budget smarts from Oppo and Amazon The Realme 1 is a budget device that comes from a partnership between OPPO and Amazon India. Here are our first impressions.


What Google I/O tells us about the future of Android Google I/O is over, leaving us to digest what the key announcements mean for the company’s future plans for Android.


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