Two new Snapdragon chipsets are on the horizon to serve Windows 10 laptops. That may mean the first four-digit Snapdragon-series chipset is due — no, the Wear 2100 doesn’t count.
We talk about that and span the breadth of Android and iOS news this week with Valve fans getting tripped about a rejection and Project Fi fattening up its non-Google phone ranks. And we answer your questions and get into your debates this week with our friend, the High Tech Traveler Nick Gray, on the Pocketnow Weekly!
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Pocketnow Weekly 307
June 1, 2018
- Snapdragon 1000: Bigger numbers for bigger machines
- Galaxy Note 9: Thinning it down because of competition
- Xiaomi Mi 8: Three versions, all of them special
- Pixel 3: Google goes the design process alone
- iPhone 2019: Time of Flight, triple cameras
- Steam Link: iOS users look to get a watered-down version
- Andromeda: Microsoft Studio’s first marquee game has intrigue
- LG Q7 Stylus: What can a stylus bring at a mid-range level
- Project Fi: LG and Motorola phones coming soon
- Dot Watch: Braille on the wrist, no distractions
We talk with Nick Gray about his life traveling across the country in a motor home and reviewing technology along the way.
See you soon!