The Phones Show is a programme all about phones, but broadcast over the Internet, using the likes of YouTube, iTunes and RSS.
This is the audio followup show, with chat from Steve Litchfield and Ted Salmon, plus other special guests. Note that if the feed downloads fail for you over cellular connectivity, then extra download URLs are available. See the show notes.
Phones Show Chat episode 626 ("Ian Furlong, Windows Mobile to Samsung's stylus-packing Android",21/02/2021)
In which Ian Furlong delivers a two platform journey, Ted unboxes something new yet old, and Steve reveals how he doesn't pay a penny for his second 'line'...
Phones Show Chat episode 625 ("Small to Large, Cheap to Crazy",13/02/2021)
In which Zac drops in, Ted gets a stylus-equipped Moto, and we play the 'Surface Duo UK price game'...
Phones Show Chat episode 624 ("Mike Warner, Snapdragon and Exynos commonality",07/02/2021)
In which Mike chats about flagship chipsets, Ted reviews the Redmi Note 9T, and I point out that Huawei is cheating its own government!...
Phones Show Chat episode 623 ("Satisfying the Samsung itch",02/02/2021)
In which Ted reviews his bargain second hand Note 10 Plus, and I have a few quiet rants...
Phones Show Chat episode 622 ("Damian Dinning, Tales from Nokia imaging",31/01/2021)
In which Damian Dinning tells us how he got into imaging, his work with Nokia, some 808 PureView anecdotes, and more...
Phones Show Chat episode 621 ("Steve Nutt, LiDAR to the rescue!",24/01/2021)
In which Steve Nutt describes a photo he can't see, Ted gets his video in sync, and I'm awoken by a strange buzzing...
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Informal, Informative and Entertaining
Informal, informative and often entertaining chats between veteran British tech enthusiasts, with guests from the UK, the EU and overseas. You have the benefit of the longer perspective here. No commercial promotions. Highly recommended.
Always interesting and timely. It’s European-centric, but Steve does bring on American guests to cover what’s going on here. An excellent way to get news and hands-on reviews from people who, unlike many tech journalists, really use the phones and know them inside and out. If you’re interested in smartphone photography, Steve is probably the top expert in this area.
Mainly an English bloke mad at President Trump and happy that Biden stole the election.