Engadget Mobile Podcast 124
There are Samsung phones, there are Motorola phones. There are BlackBerry Phones, there are Nokia phones. But you know what really gets us excited? KDDI phones with ten keys and heart of Japanese Gold. It’s the Engadget Mobile Podcast.
00:00:59 – Galaxy Nexus and other CDMA devices removed from Google Support pages
00:03:58 – Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx review
00:20:36 – LG Spectrum review
00:29:55 – BLU Studio 5.3 and Touch Book 7.0 hands-on 00:35:30 – Distro Issue 26: Smartwatch face-off, Ryan Block and more
00:36:40 – Samsung Galaxy S III to get separate launch event ‘in the first half of 2012′ 00:44:43 – Samsung Galaxy S Advance snapped in the wild, pricing in tow 00:45:25 – Is this the Samsung Galaxy S II Plus? Leaked benchmarks suggest new 1.5GHz dual-core Exynos processor 01:03:40 – BlackBerry London resurfaces in leak, sports matte black exterior, nonexistent OS 01:06:38 – Samsung Galaxy Note available at ATT February 19th for $300, pre-orders begin February 5th 01:13:40 – Samsung Galaxy Note coming to Bell, Rogers and Telus in February01:14:00 – Sprint Galaxy Nexus registration page gets served up by Google
01:18:45 – ATT connected Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S get Android Market Google Wallet installs01:22:48 – Windows Phone 8 detailed: dual cores, Skype Integration and NFC are a go 01:42:00 – Nokia Lumia 900 up for pre-order at Microsoft Store, $25 down puts you in line 01:43:00 – Nokia teases February 8th for Symbian Belle update 01:44:37 – Google’s ‘Bouncer’ service scans the Android Market for malware, will judge you at the door 01:50:25 – HTC Ville gets hands-on en Francais, is presumably practicing its Spanish for MWC (video) 01:52:00 – KDDI’s INFOBAR C01 coming soon: ten keys and very Japanese (video)
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