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Android Police 10/24/2019 19:54
In a stunning bit of late-night news, the big four US carriers — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon — have just announced a "joint venture" to support cross-carrier messaging based on the RCS standards, starting in 2020. Sadly for RCS enthusiasts, this carrier collaboration is happening sans Google, and sans Jibe. RCS is a pretty complicated subject, though it doesn't need to be. In short, although there is a widely agreed-upon set of messaging standards that allow for an enhanced experience above and beyond base SMS — called Rich Communication Services, or RCS for short — carriers haven't agreed to play ball on the subject. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 10/20/2019 17:17
If you're on the lookout for a stylus-toting smartphone, the Galaxy Note series has traditionally been your only option. Unfortunately, these cost a pretty penny (except for the which Samsung sold for a hot minute), so customers on a budget were left out. LG has targetted the Note customer on a budget with the LG Stylo 5, and AT&T just announced its own variant, the Stylo 5+. While the Stylo 5+ is technically an upgrade to the Stylo 5 (which ), it makes the OnePlus 7T Pro seem like a significant update over the 7 Pro. was written by the awesome team at .

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