The “OnePlus 6 can’t Avenge net neutrality” Edition | #PNWeekly 305

We have our full slate of OnePlus 6 coverage to go through, so we might as well rev up our opinion machines. What do Avengers, wireless headphones and the Mohs mineral hardness scale have to do with this phone? We’ll tell you.

Also, lots of politics has been mixing itself into our mobile technology from ZTE to net neutrality. Meanwhile, AT&T and Verizon show their faith in a former man who managed a sunglasses company and HTC may be becoming a specialist smartphone producer after years of shrinking in the mainstream spotlight.

Friend of the show Andrew Wallace joins us for a fruitful discussion on the Pocketnow Weekly!

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May 18, 2018


Juan Carlos Bagnell

Jules Wang


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  • ZTE: Legislators hold Trump administration off from relieving sanctions
  • ZTE pt. 2: Samsung may save the day as it spreads Exynos around
  • Net neutrality: An (almost) completely meaningless vote to save it, but…
  • RED Hydrogen One: Count us surprised with AT&T and Verizon
  • HTC: The blockchain phone
  • HTC pt. 2: The virtual reality phone
  • Windows iPad?: Microsoft could knock against Apple in $400 region
  • YouTube Premium: What is YouTube’s strategy for media?
  • Apple v. Samsung: What is “an article of manufacture?”
  • Caviar: The Tesla phone is everything you think it is except it isn’t

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Jules Wang
Jules Wang is News Editor for Pocketnow and one of the hosts of the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast. He came onto the team in 2014 as an intern editing and producing videos and the podcast while he was studying journalism at Emerson College. He graduated the year after and entered into his current position at Pocketnow, full-time.