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This could be the only smartphone supported by Google's network. Photo: Google

This could be the only smartphone supported by Google’s network. Photo: Google

Google has already confirmed plans to experiment with its own wireless services to “show what’s possible,” and we know it’s going to be limited in its reach. So limited, in fact, that you might need Google’s own Nexus 6 smartphone to connect to it.

Google wants to show carriers how to get it right. Photo: Google

Google wants to show carriers how to get it right. Photo: Google

After finally lifting the lid on its new Apple Pay competitor this morning, Google confirmed plans to take on carriers as well. The search giant will launch its own wireless service within the coming months, but it will serve only as a proof of concept to “show what’s possible.”

The Galaxy S6 Edge, teased by T-Mobile.

The Galaxy S6 Edge, teased by T-Mobile.

For the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, Samsung is ditching all of its tacky plastic in favor of an all-new design made entirely from premium materials — and already its efforts are paying off.

According to carrier partners that have been given a sneak peek at the next-generation devices ahead of their official debuts on March 1, the Galaxy S6 beats the iPhone 6 in terms of design.

Sprint continues to bring Lollipop to the masses. Photo: LG

Sprint continues to bring Lollipop to the masses. Photo: LG

LG G3 handsets on Sprint are finally getting their Android 5.0 Lollipop updates. Users have a long list of improvements and new features to look forward to, including Android TV support, Smart Lock, and much-improved visuals.

Lollipop is quickly expanding its reach. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Lollipop is quickly expanding its reach. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Sprint may have approved the One M7’s Lollipop update ahead of its successor’s, but the carrier hasn’t forgotten about the One M8. Those with HTC’s latest flagship can expect to get the release as soon as today, Sprint says.

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