The annual IFA showcase in Berlin is in full swing, so this past week has been a busy one. Multiple companies have announced new phones, Samsung's Galaxy Fold is getting a re-launch, and Android 10 is officially out. We're discussing all this (and more) on the Android Police Podcast, so why not have a listen?
This week's topic list:
- Huawei launches Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro without Google apps, first integrated 5G SoC, 40MP cameras
- Google canned Pixel watches at the last minute in 2016 because they were crap
- Google's $40M Fossil deal was reportedly to acquire hybrid smartwatch tech, engineering team
- Google Fi gets unlimited plan, Pixel 3 and 3 XL are 50% off for a limited time
- Samsung might combine Galaxy S and Note lineups next year
- Made by Google Pixel 4 event set for October 15th in New York City
- Google's Project Jacquard is still alive, more smart clothing coming soon
- Verizon plans to sell OnePlus smartphones, possibly in 2020
- Pocket Casts goes freemium, sells PC app and extra features for $10 a year
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