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"Who's it for?"
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'.
"What happened to your MP4 downloads and feed?"
12 years after starting the show, almost
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too shabby. Plus there are logistical issues, server-side. So,
for all these reasons, the MP4 feed has been axed as of Autumn
2018. If you're blind and relied on grabbing these files in
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"When does it come out?"
In busy times, every week or two. When
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thoughts - and guests!
"Shot ON a smartphone? Really?"
Yes, virtually all of The Phones Show is
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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.... My latest are the Samsung Galaxy S9+, Huawei P30
Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro, though I'm still mixing and matching -
let me know what you think of the capture quality.
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Show 385 - Review
of the NexDock 2, a lapdock that transforms Samsung and Huawei
Show 384 - Review
of the new QWERTY powerhouse, the f(x)tec Pro1!
Show 383 - My Top 5
Phones for Christmas 2019, plus a review of the Xiaomi Mi Note
382 - So I'm using an iPhone 11 Pro - "What Changed?"
Show 381 - A case
with a difference (Mous) and a review of the Nokia 7.2
Show 380 - First
impressions of the Cosmo Communicator
379 - Thoughts on the Google Pixel 4 XL in the context
of the current smartphone world...
Show 378 - Review
of the LG V50 Dual Screen - folding without creases!
Show 377 - Review
of the Galaxy Note 10+
376 - Thoughts on the teased Surface Duo and a review of
the Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro
Show 375 - Review
of the Apple iPhone 11 Pro
Show 374 - Huawei
and Google - what will happen next?
373 - The new OPPO Reno 10x Zoom looks great - but how
does it compare to the existing Huawei P30 Pro?
Show 372 - 'One
year on' with the Razer Phone 2
Show 371 - The
Galaxy Note 10 and the Future
370 - It's the fastest phone on the planet - the OnePlus
7 Pro, reviewed here!