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We have got a LOT to catch up on this week! Phil's back from his time with Huawei in China. We've got new Android Wear with Marshmallow. We've got even MORE thoughts on the Nexus 6P and the BlackBerry Priv. And we've got a lot of your questions and voicemails to catch up on.

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Android Central 262: Guaranteed to Offend


This was the most entertaining AC podcast in a long time. Whatever you did differently this time, keep doing it! The good natured ribbing amongst everybody made the show.

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I loved the relaxed format much more. Plus I love the decision to put properly updated operating systems as a priority for the user. ( Nexus).

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Jerry, a business machine is not $600. At my company, our lowest end business desktop is almost $1000 with the laptop being significantly more.

I had a lot of fun listening in and laughing. Phil, how did you get Ant Man already? I pre- ordered it weeks ago on Google Play, and it's not availability until the 17the :(

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Apple and Microsoft still sell nice sized phones (<5inches) There are still many choices if Android cannot deliver.