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July 5, 2015

Android Authority this week – July 5, 2015

by John_A

ZTE Nubia Z9-15

Hello Android fans! This week us brought us a couple of hot new Android smartphones and some positively sizzling rumors about devices to come. More details surfaced about the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, as well as a first batch of reports about the Galaxy Note 5; OnePlus revealed its new phone would have a fingerprint scanner; the Honor 7 and Meizu MX5 launched in China; we got another look at the Moto G 2015; and a first credible render of the Android-powered BlackBerry Venice showed up.

Inside AA HQ

Organization has been the name of the game at AA HQ this week. With the summer lull on the way, we’re looking in the mirror and trying to come up with ways to serve you, our loyal readers, in a better, more informative, and more entertaining way.

One initiative we’re taking is putting a bigger focus on the vibrant UK market. We have several team members based in London, and they’re eager to improve our coverage of all things British. Enter our new UK carrier review series from Nirave Gondhia and the best UK phone lists by Rob Triggs. And we’re just getting started: expect more UK coverage in the future.

We want to make it easier for you to get answers to your questions about new Android devices, so going forward, we’ll be having Ask Us Anything posts on our forums and on the website for all devices of interest. We’re piloting the concept with the Nubia Z9 – feel free to jump in and ask away.

ZTE Nubia Z9-3

This Sunday, the prize in our giveaway is a Samsung Galaxy S6. Get your ticket here!

samsung galaxy s6 edge unboxing aa (11 of 20)

The stuff you shouldn’t miss

Top news of the week

Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus rumors

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge-33

OnePlus 2’s slow-mo unveiling


Honor 7 is here                   

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Another Moto G 2015 leak


This is the BB Venice

BlackBerry Venice AA

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Happy Sunday!

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