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Ask us anything about the Galaxy Buds Pro (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the Galaxy Buds Pro (Q&A)

Shortly after Samsung dropped a pair of Beans at Unpacked 2020, it became clear that these uniquely styled buds were good, but they had some serious shortcomings. This year, Samsung went back to the drawing board, adopting a more palatable design while also offering some serious audio enhancements. Our Editor in Chief David Ruddock has been using the Galaxy Buds Pro for a little over a week, and he's just about ready to spill the beans.

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Ask us anything about the iPhone 12 Mini (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the iPhone 12 Mini (Q&A)

Although you know us for covering Android devices from top to bottom, the Android Police team would be remiss if we didn’t occasionally acknowledge the handsets made by that other Californian tech giant. That's right, this week we’re taking all your questions on the new iPhone 12 Mini.

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Ask us anything about the new Nest Thermostat (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the new Nest Thermostat (Q&A)

Google's Nest brand has seen a resurgence in recent years, introducing hot new products like Nest Wifi and Nest Audio. But as cool as these gadgets are, Nest's intelligent thermostats are still some of its most recognized products to date. Our Managing Editor Ryan Whitwam has been using the latest Nest Thermostat for a little over a week, and he's ready to answer your questions.

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Ask us anything about the OnePlus Nord N10 5G (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the OnePlus Nord N10 5G (Q&A)

OnePlus returned to its cost-conscious roots in a big way this year, launching a new series of mid-range devices with the "Nord" moniker. While the first entry in the Nord lineup was bound only for Indian and European markets, the Nord N10 5G is headed straight for the United States. Our Senior Editor Ryne Hager has spent some one-on-one time with the phone, and he's ready to divulge all the delectable details.

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Ask us anything about the OnePlus 8T (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the OnePlus 8T (Q&A)

OnePlus has been on a roll this year, launching its first unapologetically flagship-priced smartphone, followed up by its most compelling "flagship killer" in recent memory. Now the moderately priced OnePlus 8T is here to finish out 2020. Our Senior Editor Ryne Hager has been using this phone for a couple weeks, and he's ready to tell you what you want to know.

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Ask us anything about the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G (Q&A)

Welcome to another Android Police Newsletter Q&A, a series where we open up about the latest gadgets on the market. This week, we're taking a deep dive into Google's latest phones, the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G.

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Ask us anything about the Nest Audio (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the Nest Audio (Q&A)

Welcome to the third edition of the Android Police Newsletter Q&A, a series where we open up about the freshest gadgets on the market. This week, we're dishing on the recently announced Nest Audio. Read on to find out how to submit your questions and see our responses.

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Ask us anything about the Chromecast with Google TV (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the Chromecast with Google TV (Q&A)

Welcome to another Android Police Newsletter Q&A, a series where we open up about the latest gadgets on the market. This week, we're telling all about the very first Chromecast with Google TV. Read on to learn how to submit your questions and see our responses.

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Ask us anything about the Microsoft Surface Duo (Q&A)

Ask us anything about the Microsoft Surface Duo (Q&A)

Welcome to the Android Police Newsletter Q&A, a new series where we open up about the hottest new gadgets on the market — in this case, the Surface Duo. The format is simple: Leave any questions you have about the Duo's form factor, functionality, features, etc. in the comments section, and we'll answer our favorites in an upcoming edition of the Android Police Newsletter, which you should subscribe to for free here.

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