Pocketnow Weekly 177: Il-Lumia-nation
Microsoft might be getting the last word in our review queue for 2015. But that also means that we'll be getting the last word on it. We've gone through the Continuum experience and have held Windows 10 Mobile with all 10 of our fingers. And by "we," it's not just Michael Fisher. Vernon E.L. Smith of the MS Mobile Show podcast joins us to make light work of the Lumia 950.
You'll have your chance to nominate which smartphone will be your daily driver of the year — for the next two years. Plus, all the RAM, Panos and soap you can handle in the news and some mail from viewers like you are on the way, too. Time to flip the switch, crank the bulbs up and shine on — this is the Pocketnow Weekly.
Watch the video broadcast from 1:00pm Eastern on December 4 (click here for your local time), or check out the high-quality audio version right here. And don't forget to shoot your listener mail to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air!Pocketnow Weekly 177 Recording Date
December 4, 2015
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Lumia 950: Enlightenment
Our review of the Lumia 950 is all but right here, and while we've talked a lot about the new Windows flagship over the past few weeks, we think it deserves a final summary analysis. We have Vernon E.L. Smith on the show today to trade notes and shoot the breeze coming in from those Windows (10 Mobile).
E-mailed submissions from Joseph, Daan, and Sven. Plus, we'll address the daily driver that you would choose to run the next two years of your life.
See you next time!