We have lots to talk about and not enough time to do it in. It was true on Monday and it’s true today.

The LG G7 ThinQ might have been leaked to high heaven before its launch this week, but now we’re going to talk about the consequences. We also have Sprint and T-Mobile on our minds as the two have finally announced a merger deal. And then there’s Xiaomi, so close to launching in the United States, but it has the rest of Europe to go through first.

We talk through these issues as wells as Wear OS, iPhone X and Galaxy S9 bloatware all with our High Tech Traveler friend Nick Gray! Stay tuned for the Pocketnow Weekly!

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May 4, 2018


Juan Carlos Bagnell

Jules Wang


Nick Gray (High Tech Traveler)

LG G7 ThinQ

LG G7 ThinQ


  • Timepiece: The LG Watch series with Wear OS supposedly still alive…
  • Nokia: Letting Withings be…
  • RED: Delays mount for Hydrogen One phone
  • Verizon: Why can’t we have bloatware on our Galaxies?
  • Qualcomm: Wants to be patent friends with everyone again…
  • Apple: iPhone X was the best… shipper every week this winter
  • Moving on: Thanks, Ming-chi Kuo

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See you soon!

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