tnkgrl Mobile podcast – #112

Here — at last — is episode #112 of my podcast (1 hour 22 min) featuring the incredibly awesome Andrew Martonik, wherein we recall this summer’s phone hits and misses!

This includes the Galaxy Note 5, LG V10, OnePlus 2, Moto G and X Pure (2015), iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Nextbit Robin, Nexus 5X and 6P, and HTC’s latest and greatest, the absolutely phenomenal One A9

You don’t want to miss this one :)

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tnkgrl Mobile podcast – #111

Welcome to episode #111 of my podcast (1 hour 15 min), where I’m joined by the incomparable Matthew Miller to discuss the most excellent LG G4, other flagships (including the iPhone 6 Plus), and a bunch of smartwatches (including Pebble Time)!

Then stick around to hear about Microsoft’s Nokia writeoff, Apple Music, and Google Photos. Finally, we chat about new and upcoming handsets like the Huawei P8 Lite and the OnePlus 2… So go ahead, jump right in — we’re waiting for you :)

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Click here to subscribe to this podcast. It’s also available on iTunes and Pocket Casts.

The tnkgrl Mobile podcast is sponsored by HipChat. Get HipChat Plus free for 2 months — click here to support me: http://www.hipchat.com/tnkgrl

Nexus 9 video review

I just spent a few days traveling with HTC’s brand new Nexus 9. It’s definitely the best Android tablet I’ve ever used, and Lollipop is absolutely wonderful. Here’s my video review!

The 8.9-inch IPS display looks gorgeous, and the stereo BoomSound speakers are terrific. NVIDIA’s 64-bit Tegra K1 is super fast, and battery life appears to be holding up so far.

Still, there’s room for improvement. Both the power/lock key and volume rocker are difficult to locate by feel and provide little tactile feedback. The 8MP rear camera lacks HDR. It’s also a bit too heavy for my taste.

Finally, there’s the matter of price. $399 buys you last year’s iPad Air or today’s iPad mini (now with Touch ID), which offer a significantly better tablet-optimized app ecosystem…

 

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