Trigger Warning! | Podcast 107

Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and David Imel are still on the mic, with Adam Molina returning from a little bug to chat technology on episode 107 of the Android Authority Podcast. We chat drones, 360 cameras, T-Mobile stolen phone issues and Reddit. Then more Reddit… Our main topics include Android distribution numbers, HTC U 11, OEM specific features makes Josh talk about Blackberry, the internal storage question is less of a debate than ever and we chat a little about what comes next, our desired specs and features for the future of Android.

It is a very busy time around the Android Authority network, be sure to check in with, and for some of the latest from our team.

The Android Authority Podcast – discussing topics in Android every week.


Rough Timecodes:
Check-in with Drones, Insta360, T-Mobile, Reddit and more.
33:00 – Android distribution numbers – Nougat on 7% of devices
50:00 – HTC U 11
58:00 – OEM Features, but not Blackberry and their keyboard
74:00 – Internal storage, how much do you need?
82:00 – Phones of the future

Links to Podcast

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Direct Download

Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums – Podcast discussion
DJI Goggles for Mavic Pro – on
Android distribution numbers May 2017
HTC U 11
OEM Features
Internal storage poll

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Joseph Hindy
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Andrew Grush
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Jonathan Feist
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Nirave Gondhia
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John Dye
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Lanh Nguyen
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David Imel
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Adam Molina
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Recorded May 5, 2017. Hosted and produced by Joshua Vergara.

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