Pocketnow Weekly Episode 018: Droid DNA, Lumia 920, Lumia 810, and A Touch of Nostalgia

Fri Nov 16 2012 (01:34:34)

"Shorten your topic list," they said. "The show won't run as long," they said.

An hour and a half later, another lengthy episode of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast is ready for your listening enjoyment. And make no mistake: we could have talked for another 40 minutes at least.

That's not because it's been a huge news week, but because our discussion topics are dense and detailed. Topics like phone reviews, new platforms, and 1080p screens. Subjects like GPS navigation, wide-angle smartphone cameras, and whether Google should become a wireless carrier. The merits and shortcomings of the Lumia 810, Lumia 920, and the Droid DNA. The agony of a prickly pre-order process. And all of it kicked off by this week's Thought Thread, where we briefly wax nostalgic about our first-ever mobile phones.

But we've already said too much. Plug in, kick back, and treat your listening holes to episode 018 of the Pocketnow Weekly. Send feedback, questions, and requests to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com. Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and Google Plus to stay apprised of the latest episodes. And thanks for listening!

Pocketnow Weekly Episode 018


Recording Date




Michael Fisher

Brandon Miniman

Anton D. Nagy


Topic List


Podcast Preshow / Thought Thread (00:01:15)

Nostalgia trip: What was your first mobile phone?


Android (00:09:30)

Google's Preorder Experience for the Nexus 4, 10 was Horrible

Google Reportedly in Talks to Become Wireless Carrier

HTC Droid DNA First Hands-On


Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 (00:42:32)

Nokia Lumia 810 Review

Thoughts on Windows Phone, Two Years Later

Nokia Lumia 920 Unboxing & In-Store Experience


iOS (01:12:14)

Google Reportedly Expands iOS Google Maps Testing Ahead of App Store Submission


Reader Mail (01:19:08)

Kenneth Meadows II asks about the possibility of customized hardware for smartphones in the future.

Sibin Sedlan asks about the custom mod options for Windows Phone

Phillip asks about Windows Phone customizations versus Android and iOS


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