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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
everyone now watches in streaming form, via this web site or directly
on YouTube, plus the 540p MP4s were starting to look 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 order to listen though, or if you simply
prefer audio, I've resurrected the MP3
"When does it come out?"
In busy times, every week or two. When
there's less to review or cover, every two or three weeks. Meanwhile,
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
PureView (the Nokia phones have always had by far
the best captured
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+ and Huawei Mate 20 Pro, though I'm
still mixing and matching - let me know what you think of its
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Show 371 -
The Galaxy Note 10 and the Future
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Show 368 -
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Show 366 -
My review of the Google Pixel 3a XL
Show 365 -
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Show 363 -
Review of the Huawei P30 Pro with massive imaging zoom - worth a few
Show 362 -
Review of the stunning value new Moto G7 Plus...
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Show 360 -
It's iOS vs Android in a fight to the finish!