Two more HTC phones, one big Razer Phone. Who said November was a dead month for mobile? Between Android One utility and maximum charge muscling, we’re about set for the year, we think.

More on that and the Sprint and T-Mobile merger that just won’t die and, as it was iPhone X pre-order day last week, it’s iPhone X sales day today! We talk about all this on the Pocketnow Weekly!

Watch the video recorded from 3:30pm Eastern on November 3rd, 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!

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More HTC

4:42

The HTC U11+ gets a global run with the company’s first 2:1 display. It was supposed to be the Google Pixel 2 XL at some point. Meantime, T-Mobile picks up the Sense-enabled version of the HTC U11 Life. The mid-ranger is available globally as an Android One phone.

News

33:32

Razer Scrape

1:05:28

The Razer Phone has specs, runs Nova Launcher, and will be bringing along mobile games including Final Fantasy XV. Check out our hands-on video here!

See you soon!

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