Why the Google Home is the world’s fastest Android phone (TechRadar)

By TechRadar’s James McNeillyA phone is an enormous piece of hardware.

It’s not something that’s just thrown into a box and forgotten about.

That’s how we get the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and the Huawei Mate 10 and all the other high-end smartphones you might recognise.

But as far as high-tech phones go, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are a step up from the likes of the Samsung Edge and HTC 10, which are the flagship devices of their respective companies.

The difference is that the Galaxy Note 5 was launched a year ago, whereas the Galaxy Tab S7 is the only high-performance phone to launch since the Note 5.

The Galaxy S8 is the next flagship phone that Samsung will be launching in 2018, but unlike the Galaxy 10 and 10 Plus, the phone is also one of the most affordable high-spec devices available for the first time.

But how does it stack up against the competition?

Here are five reasons why you should consider buying a Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus before they go on sale in the US and Canada on February 23.1.

The Snapdragon 835 is the fastest chip in the industry.

It is the Snapdragon 810 and it’s not just faster than the Snapdragon 820, but it’s even faster than Intel’s 8th generation Core i7 processor.

And that’s not all.

The chip is clocked at 2.35GHz, which is slightly faster than previous Snapdragon chips.2.

It has 4GB of RAM, which makes it a very capable device.

It also has 32GB of onboard storage, which means you can expand your storage space easily without worrying about getting your phone to overheat.3.

It packs a 13-megapixel camera, which you can’t find on a lot of high-specced smartphones.

Samsung is also including a dual-camera setup, which can shoot 1080p videos, which gives you a nice bit of extra capture quality when you need it.4.

It comes with a 12-megaphone that you can attach a headset or microphone, which should make it a great option for people with hearing or speech impairment.5.

It can support both Android Pay and NFC payments, and is one of only two devices to support it.

Samsung is also making a comeback with the Galaxy Gear 2, which adds an improved speaker and Bluetooth connectivity to the existing Gear S2.

The Gear 2 will be available in March, but is also the only Gear to support Android Pay.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (left) and Galaxy Note 8 (right) The Galaxy Note 10 will be the only smartphone with NFC support and comes with Android Pay, and the Galaxy P9 will also be the first to support NFC.

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