[Video] First look at Android Wear’s MODE bands

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Wearing the same watch day in, day out can be a little boring, but if you only have the one watch, what can you do? Luckily, if you have an Android Wear smartwatch you can now change straps, and thus the appearance of the watch, with the recently announced swap-and-switch MODE bands. Justin has got his hands on a couple of MODE bands, which you can see getting unboxed in the video below. Read more

[Video] Unboxing the Nexus 6P

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With Google I/O coming up later this month, odds are good that interest in Google’s next round of Nexus smartphones may see a bit of an uptick. Likewise, bargain hunters may start eyeing current Nexus devices, including the Huawei-produced Nexus 6P, in hopes of price drops to clear out stock. Despite being a bit late on finally getting a device that was released last fall, TalkAndroid’s Justin Herrick recently got his hands on the Nexus 6P and put together an unboxing video. Read more

[Video] Unboxing the LG G5

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After announcing the G5 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month, LG’s latest flagship has finally become available to purchase worldwide. Here to give you some further insight in to the LG G5 is our very own Justin Herrick, who has taken the time to video his unboxing of LG’s newest smartphone.  Read more

Blackberry Priv unboxing video released by Carphone Warehouse

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Blackberry’s first Android powered smartphone, the Blackberry Priv, will be hitting consumers’ hands soon. U.K. retailer Carphone Warehouse has released an unboxing video for the device so buyers can get a better idea of what to expect from the new smartphone. The video is standard fare for an unboxing video, giving viewers a glimpse of the actual packaging and how Blackberry went about fitting everything in the box. The latter half of the video shows a little bit of how the software, especially the Blackberry specific apps, work on the device and how the physical keyboard is accessed. Blackberry appears to be following the path of Motorola in keeping Android pretty much close to stock and adding apps to the device as opposed to layering on their own user interface.

Hit the break to check out the video and let us know in the comments if you plan to give the Blackberry Priv a try. Read more