Phones are a lot like people. They come in many shapes and sizes, they each have their own distinct personality, and some are smarter than others. If you spend enough time with them you get to know all the intricacies that weren't immediately obvious when you first met. Sometimes, you grow to love a phone, other times, not so much. When it comes down to it, relationships can be exhausting. And most of us don't have the time or the energy to play the field. That's where The Verge Mobile Show comes in, playing the field so you don't have to.
On this week's show, Dieter recounts his fling with The Lumia 900 running Windows 7.8, Vlad shares the story of his long weekend with the Nokia 808 PureView, and Chris tells us why he is smitten with the Galaxy S III. You should tune in. You just may learn something.
- 00:01:55 - Nokia Lumia 900 with Windows Phone 7.8 Start Screen
- 00:07:18 - Nokia 808 PureView review
- 00:27:50 - Sony Xperia ion review
- 00:37:54 - Samsung Galaxy S III
- 00:51:40 - Google I/O preview
- 00:53:35 - Bloomberg confirms Google will announce a $199 Nexus-branded Asus tablet at I/O
- 01:12:25 - Microsoft confirms it has no plans to make its own Windows Phones
- 01:23:10 - RIM may sell handset business, according to The Sunday Times