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"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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Show 326 -
Hands-on review of the brand new Honor 7X, the flawed mid-ranger
- Detailed review of the OnePlus 5T, this year's true budget flagship
Show 324 -
Why Google's making it hard to pick a flagship, and my Top 5 Phones for
Show 323 -
Exclusive (p)review of the retail Razer Phone, the gaming monster
- Comparative review of the Apple iPhone X and Google Pixel 2 XL
Show 321 -
News of the Huawei Mate 10 line and my initial verdict on the Google
Show 320 -
News of the Google Pixel 2 and my verdict on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8
- Full review of the Apple iPhone 8 Plus - it's arguably better than
the X, I contend...
Show 318 -
Thoughts on smartphone pricing in the wake of the iPhone X launch...
Show 317 -
A review of the 'alternative' Alcatel IDOL 4 Pro and news of the LG V30
- A review of the Nokia 6 in - indeed - an all-Nokia show!
Show 315 -
A holiday look at the Wileyfox Swift 2 X...
Show 314 -
A Moto-catch-up and an overview of Lineage OS
- My last big review of the spring and summer: full review of the Honor
Show 312 -
Full review of the impossibly shiny HTC U11
Show 311 -
Full review of the OnePlus 5, plus news of the Honor 9
- News from WWDC, plus my Top 5 Phones for June 2017.