Despite constrictive carriers and the ever-present threat of injunctions, the mobile marketplace continues to evolve. Even RIM CEO Thorsten Heins is staying optimistic! The Verge Mobile Show is back once again with a fresh perspective on the mobile news of the week: on today's episode, while Vlad is living it up in the Bulgarian countryside, David Pierce joins Dieter and Chris to discuss new (and rumored) phones from Amazon, Motorola, HTC, and Nokia. And with the release of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the guys debate the value of "stock Android" and the Galaxy Nexus. Grab a seat, make yourself comfortable, and enjoy.
- 00:02:05 - CEO Thorsten Heins: 'we will reinstall faith in RIM,' suggests January launch for BlackBerry 10
- 00:13:20 - Amazon smartphone in development, says Bloomberg
- 00:19:35 - Galaxy Nexus ban: the full story
- 00:24:25 - Is the Galaxy Nexus still the best Android phone?
- 00:38:25 - Motorola announces Atrix HD for AT&T: 4.5-inch 720p display, LTE, Android 4.0 for $99
- 00:51:00 - HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE review
- 00:54:00 - Verizon's controversial spectrum purchase from cable companies nearing FCC approval, Reuters reports
- 01:10:20 - Nokia announces pink Lumia 900, available from AT&T on July 15th