“A great phone, but no longer a game changer.” “A design that puts its rivals to shame.” “An elegant smartphone for a more civilized age.”
That’s what reviews are saying about the All New HTC One M8, and we’re here to talk about it. But we’re not just going to have you stick some buds in your earholes and listen to the same dull voices of the team that’s been working two weeks straight to kick out all our HTC One M8 review coverage. An occasion like this calls for some added perspective. Fortunately, thanks to some congenial run-ins at the HTC event earlier in the week, we’ve got just that: Daniel Bader of MobileSyrup and Nick M. Gray of HTC Source/Android and Me! That’s right: not just one, but two special guests, and an hour’s worth of One M8 talk to share among us all.
And the fun doesn’t stop there, as an additional hour of Microsoft, Apple, and Android news waits just on the other side of the jump below. It’s all there on episode 089 of the Pocketnow Weekly … so mash those cans on, turn the volume up and rip the knob off: we’re here to talk mobile tech, and it’s gonna get awesome.
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Pocketnow Weekly episode 089
Daniel Bader (MobileSyrup)
HTC One M8 (00:00:00)
Daniel Bader of MobileSyrup and Nick M. Gray of HTCSource join us for a far-reaching discussion of cameras, components, and casing design as we dissect the new HTC One M8 piece-by-piece! It’s sometimes scattered and sometimes silly, but thanks to our well-informed guests it’s always smart.
The Pocketnow Weekly’s transition music (the track used between its News and Feature segments) is a track called “Radiation” from the talented Ali Spagnola.
You may recognize the tune as one of the preloaded ringtones from your Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, or Nexus 4 – but it’s a real song, from a real album. You can download that album, along with many others, at Ali’s website here, or visit her YouTube page here!
Thanks for listening!
Tune in again next week!