Pocketnow Live



We’ve talked about the LG G Flex a lot, but there’s still a lot more to be said about this curved, and flexible phone. If you somehow missed our real-life torture test, you should definitely catch up and watch it. We know you’ve been waiting for the final, full review of the device, and we’ll give you just that, really soon. Until then, we’re bringing it along to the Pocketnow Live so that we can use it for demo purposes. No, we’ll not abuse the phone any more!

Another phone worth getting excited about is the Motorola Moto G; well, if it’s not the phone, it’s definitely its price tag. We’ve got our own Moto G in the house and we’re giving it the full treatment, and we’ll also have it on the Pocketnow Live so that we can talk about it.

Then there are all the rumors about this Nokia Lumia 929, the recent chatter about a certain 1080p Samsung Windows Phone, hear-say about Android 4.4.1 and its imminent release, and much more.

These are our topics for today’s installment of the Live show, mainly LG G Flex and Moto G. We can, of course, talk about anything else, really, tech-related or not. It’s up to you, as long as you join us for our usual weekly casual time. Today, Friday, December 6, 10:00 AM EDT (click for your own time zone).


Your hosts

Anton D. Nagy, Managing Editor, Romania: Follow him on TwitterFacebook, or Google+
Jaime Rivera, Multimedia Manager, Honduras: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+
Michael Fisher, Editorial Director, USA: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+
Taylor Martin, Senior Editor, USA: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+


Live broadcast

Live broadcast of Pocketnow Live will appear here. Recording will remain within this post.

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