Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the major update that Samsung has just pushed to the Gear S2, and why you should care. Then we talk about the possibility of Google unlocking your smartphone depending on the Android version that you’re using. Google continues as we learn more about some of the Nexus 6P microphone issues when used in speaker mode. Then we talk about Apple’s probability of bringing an AMOLED display to iPhones, though we’re probably talking about the iPhone 8. We end today’s show talking about Google’s prototype “combadge” for communications.

All this and more after the break.

Feature-packed Samsung Gear S2 update starts landing
Can Google remotely disable your phone’s protection at the request of the police?
Nexus 6P microphone problems: is noise cancellation to blame?
Industry exec weighs in on Samsung-made iPhone OLED screen rumors
Google’s been prototyping a voice-powered “combadge” wearable

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