It was OnePlus 5 launch week and you’ve probably seen a few too many videos on the darn thing before it even launched.
That was our lede last week. It still feels like OnePlus 5 launch week. So many comparisons and so much coverage and the litany doesn’t stop, as you’ll see in our news. Yes, there can be too much of a… bad thing?
We’ll also talk about that phone which shall no longer be named with The Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff, Erica Griffin! She’s also going to share her take on the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, a phone that can capture up to 960 frames per second and play back 4K like it means it.
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Pocketnow Weekly 259
June 28, 2017
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The news delivered in just a few minutes.
- The OnePlus 5’s display is upside down and that has some side effects
- LG Q6 could actually be a mini G6
- Xfinity Mobile launches LG X charge
- Comcast and Charter interrupt T-Mobile’s merger talks with Sprint
- Jay-Z’s TIDAL is slayin’ (in several ways) with “4:44” and Sprint
- Lenovo may rescue Project Fi from being too expensive
- AT&T does home and business internet via cell towers now
- T-Mobile helps to preserve PBS in the rural plains and ridges
- LG G4 bootloop issues get proper warranty support in Canada
Sony’s No Phony
Plus, crawling inside boxes and bags you can she can fit into!
See you soon!