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This week in Android: The world’s a Stadia

google stadia logo at gdc 2019

This week at GDC Google announced their upcoming Linux-based cloud gaming service, Google Stadia. The announcement brought up more questions than answers, but it seems like it might just be the future of gaming. The high was short lived though, as a few days later the EU hit Google with a 1.5 billion euro anti-trust fine.

As for devices, we dropped a number of reviews, including the fantastic mid-range Samsung Galaxy A50, the ridiculously tall Sony Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus, and the media-focused Huawei Mate 20 X. We also got a sneak peek at the Galaxy Fold, screen crease and all, and some details on the impossibly cheap Redmi 7.

Next week sees the official release of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro, although most of the interesting stuff has already leaked. Still, stay tuned for our coverage of the event!

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