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Anyone who's either just purchased or is about to purchase a top end phone or smartphone - this isn't supposed to be TV for uber-geeks or programmers, it's more 'all about smartphones for the rest of us'.
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"When does it come out?"
In busy times, every week or two. When
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the weekly Phones Show Chat audio podcast
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with my thoughts - and guests!
"Shot ON a smartphone? Really?"
Yes, virtually all of The Phones Show is shot (video and stills) on a phone. In previous times, I've used the Nokia N93, N86, Samsung i8910 HD, N8, Lumia 1020 and 808 PureView (the Nokia phones have always had by far the best captured audio and video quality). I wanted to demonstrate how powerful some of these modern devices are in terms of multimedia creation. The Show is the proof....
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mid-rangers in the world right now?
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my way forwards with Android
Show 297 -
My hands-on review of the most futuristic - and one of the most
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Show 296 -
My Top 5 Phones for Christmas 2016!
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Show 294 -
Review of the new Blackberry DTEK60 - secure, updated and decent screen
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Review of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 and thoughts on pros and cons of
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Show 291 -
Review of the Google Pixel XL, the flagship for Android 7.1 and a new
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Reviews of the Moto Z and Moto Mods, plus the Wileyfox Spark X