The question of which smartphone is best for recording video chats with friends and family has become a hotly debated topic.

On Tuesday, Google unveiled the Nexus 6P, which is the cheapest Android phone with a 5.5-inch 1080p touchscreen.

And last week, Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, which are both capable of recording 4K video.

Now, it appears that Google will be offering Android phones that are capable of 4K as well, with the company saying it is now adding support for both 1080p and 1080p 4K videos to the Android TV app.

In a blog post, Google announced that “Android TV 4.0 will be supported by both the 4K and 1080P video streams” of its Android TV apps, as well as the Google Assistant.

The blog post also confirmed that 4K support will be enabled by default in Android TV 4 and 5, which means that if you want to record 4K content, you’ll need to switch to a 4K Android TV device.

4K Support for Android TV Now, for Android devices, there are a few options for recording 4k content.

Google announced earlier this year that the Android television apps were available for Windows and Mac OS X, and the company said in November that Android TV devices can stream 4K to Chromecast, the company’s streaming media player.

Google also announced that 4k audio support is coming to Android TV in the near future, and that 4D content, such as 4K TV shows and movies, will be able to be streamed to Android devices in the future.

The Android TV and Google Assistant apps are the only two apps that can stream the content from an Android TV stream to Chromecasts, so if you’re looking for the best Android TV streaming apps, you’re going to have to settle for Google Assistant or Android TV.

Google’s announcement doesn’t mention any Android TV hardware or specifications, but we can infer that the 4k support is going to be the same as what we saw in the Google TV app, with a larger screen and better audio quality.

4k Streams in Android One of the more popular Android TV applications is Android TV, which lets you stream content to Chromas, Android TV receivers, and other Android devices.

This feature was originally built into the Android OS, and it was first added to Android smartphones last year, but it was later moved to the Google Chromecast device, a device with an HDMI port.

The Google Chromecast 4K app now supports Android TV as well.

The 4k stream option is also available in Android apps for the Google Home speaker, Google Cast TV, and Google Cast Pro, among others.

While the 4p, 5p, and 6p streams are only supported by Android TV 2.2, Android 3.1, Android 4.1+, and Android 5.1 devices, the 4, 5, and 5P streams are currently supported on Android TV 5.0 and Android TV 6.0.

While it’s possible to get 4K streaming support on Android phones and tablets, it requires that you switch to an Android device that supports 4K at a later time, and is not currently supported by the Google Cast software.

4, 6, and 8K Support in Android Now, that’s the part that we don’t know about yet.

However, Google has confirmed that Android will support 4k 4K streams for Android TVs starting with Android TV 3.0, and will support it for Android phones from March 25.

That means that even if you already own an Android phone that supports the 4P, 5P, and HD stream, you will be getting access to 4K 4K playback on your Android TV when it arrives on March 25th.

And if you need a device that has the latest Android version, you can get it on March 28th, too.

Google has also confirmed the availability of the Google Search app, which will be available in March and early April.

The search app is available in the US and Canada, and has no official release date yet.

But it will be coming to more countries later in the year, with support for Brazil and Mexico, as the US has yet to announce that support.