We’re four weeks away from MWC 2018 and as if the manufacturers only started waking up to that fact in the past few days, we’ve suddenly been hit with statements, invitations and teasers from Samsung, LG and, of all the companies to make a phone out there, RED. From delays to delight to demonstration, we’re tracking it all.
Plus, easy come, easy go: three things that shut down this week in our purview. All of that and more on the Pocketnow Weekly!
Watch the video recorded from 3:00pm Eastern on January 26th, or check out the high-quality audio version right here. You can shoot your listener emails to [email protected] for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air the following week!
Pocketnow Weekly 289
January 26, 2018
- Galaxy S9: Event set for February 25, looks are looks
- LG G7: What is “on schedule?”
- 2018 iPhones: a mid-range iPhone will cost up to $800
- RED Hydrogen One: Such a tease…
- Moto X4: India gets a big, fat upgrade
- Google I/O: May 8 to 10 in Mountain View
- “Internet Bill of Rights“: What does AT&T really want?
- 512GB microSD card: UK-based company really eager to claim a first
Shut it Down
Get busy livin’, get busy dyin’. And the dyin’ part of things has been especially busy this week. We take quick hits.
- Beme: CNN will shed Casey Neistat
- Pebble: Fitbit says goodbye in July
- Miitomo: Nintendo shows it the door
See you soon!