Pocketnow Weekly 154: OnePlus 2, no Galaxy Note Edge, and the ZTE Axon
Who ever said that summer's a bit of a slow period in mobile tech circles? In the space between WWDC and IFA, nothing much happens, right? Luckily for you smartphone and tablet fans out there, that couldn't be further from the truth, and there's been a busy week chock-full of interesting developments that we're just aching to sift through, chew up, and feed to all of you, momma-bird style, on this week's Pocketnow Weekly.
Life used to be so simple. Phones made phone calls and little more. And you could tune in to the Pocketnow Weekly podcast each week and look forward to some engaging discussions led by Michael Fisher. These last few weeks we've been turning everything on its head, shaking things up, and daring to do things just a little differently. For the second time this month, we call upon Chief News Editor Stephen Schenck to take the mic from Mr. Fisher and lead us through another week of news, questions, and opinions on mobile technology.
Of course, this isn't a one man show, and with the help of stalwart producer Jules Wang and recurring Weekly guest Hayato Huseman, we've got all the chambers loaded for this week's show.
You can watch our video broadcast from 5:30pm on June 26 (click here for your local time). You can also download our high-quality audio version here. Join us live next time on Google Hangouts to ask your questions on the air, or send us some listener mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.Pocketnow Weekly 154 Recording Date
June 26, 2015
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