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Surprise! Apple and Samsung's next flagship phones said to be amazingIn this week's wrap-up, more details leak about the next iPhone and Galaxy S. Meanwhile, Android Wear 2.0 became a reality this week with the introduction of two new smartwatches.
This is c-net, and here are the stories that matter right now. Rumors are heating up on both Samsung and Apple's newest phones. Reports say that Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature a new voice assistant that could be called Bixby or maybe even Hello. Meanwhile, a reputable analyst at KGI Security said there will be three new iPhones this year. All would feature wireless charging. One report said a high-end version of the next iPhone could cost around $1000. LG introduced two new smart watches that run Android Wear 2.0. They are called the LG Watch Style and the LG Watch Sport. Both were built with input from Google directly. Android Wear 2.0 is Google's major update to its watch operating system. It is supposed to be a more logical approach to interacting with the watch. The updated Android Wear will come to some but not all Android watches in the coming weeks. According to a new report from Reuters, Tesla will shut down production at one of its assembly plants for a week. The shutdown will allow the company to begin building its much anticipated Model 3 vehicle. The first day for a test build will be February 20th. Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app, available on Android and iOS