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HTC’s got a new (and familiar-looking) hero phone, but just how much of a flagship is it? YouTube starts passing around a hat to help pay the rent. BlackBerry’s first Android smartphone is yours to order – if you’ve got the cash. And Verizon and Motorola are so excited about their upcoming launch event that they just can’t seem to keep any more secrets. All that plus the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 and Apple iPhone 7 rumors this week on the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast.
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Pocketnow Weekly 171
October 23, 2015
with salient phones chief, Michael Fisher
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Gadgets In Hand
Pocketnow’s own Michael Fisher has been lucky enough to spend some hands-on time with the One A9, and we’ve got him here to share with us a little about his experiences es. Just how well does HTC’s vision for the phone come together? Even with some less-than-bleeding-edge specs, is this a handset worth getting excited about? And what about that whole “isn’t it just ripping off the iPhone?” business? Hear from Michael as we trade curiosities about his time with the HTC One A9.
Our Anton D. Nagy, meanwhile, has been chewing down a huge package from LG housing a phone that has two screens, two front-facing cameras and too much box. While Tony kicks his crowbar in, the company thinks can kick up dust with some spectacular A/V shooting in the smartphone field. What’s this phone all about? We talk the LG V10.
And of course, the Nexus phones, specifically the Nexus 6P. Because it wouldn’t be right if our Nexus review week didn’t wrap around the Pocketnow Weekly.
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See you next time!