Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about China’s new 2560 x 1440 smartphone display. We then go through more details on the Amazon and HTC partnership for a smartphone. Apple is next as the iPhone 5C orders are getting cut down according to reports since Apple doesn’t estimate high demand in the holiday season. Samsung follows the news with faulty Galaxy S 4 batteries and custom ROMS for the Note II with Note 3 features. We end today’s show talking about LG’s new marketing tactics, and how we see them.
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Michael, Brandon and Tony had this really cool idea that we’re dubbing “Review Rebuttal”. Instead of loading you with five reviews of the same phone in different carrier variants, the idea is that a second editor of the team is given the chance to test a smartphone for an extended period of time in order to provide his second opinion. This is not a second review, but instead more of an editorial that intends to provide some additional context of what it feels like to use a phone over an extra week, or two after we’ve reviewed it. So yes, I get to be the guinea [...]
On one corner we have one of the most powerful Android smartphones of the year, and in the other we have Apple’s best iPhone ever, or so they say. This comparison is odd in its own way since LG is better known for their intense competition with Samsung, and not Apple. These devices are completely different in absolutely everything. Still, both sport the best cameras of their respective platforms, the best internals, and both even push the bar of design in their own unique way. It used to be that people chose iPhones before because they had the best cameras, but the LG G2 has the [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 3 in most of the major US carriers, and even the LG G2 reached the same luck on AT&T. We then talk about the Nokia Lumia 1520, as we finally have leaked press renders of the device. Then we talk about the rumors of an Amazon smartphone that might be free for their customers. We later talk about Android 4.4 KitKat, even though it’s odd that everything currently focuses on selling us KitKat bars. We end today’s show talking about the LG Nexus 5, which is apparently at the FCC right [...]