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Audio wrap-up of Mobile World Congress

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The Vergecast trio is back and so is gadget news. Mobile World Congress was this week, and so much happened in the world of The Verge. Nilay, Dieter, and Paul have everything you need to know.

A few other things sprinkled in are the next Light Phone 2, Google Clips review, and a little bit of camera talk — so listen to it all, and you’ll get it all.

Here’s the articles referenced in this week’s episode:

03:07 - Samsung’s Galaxy S9 packs an upgraded camera in a familiar body

17:22 - Vivo’s Apex concept phone

19:15 - The Clone Wars: iPhone X copycats battle for notch supremacy

25:59 - Android Go is here to fix super cheap phones

32:44 - Nokia’s banana phone from The Matrix is back

36:59 - The Light Phone 2 adds messaging and more to the ultra-minimalist cellphone

38:40 - Huawei’s new laptop has a mechanical pop-up webcam in the keyboard

44:29 - Amazon has acquired Ring to bolster its home security products

48:54 - Paul’s weekly segment “Bounce shot

52:07 - Sony’s new A7 III is a $2,000 full-frame mirrorless camera that should terrify Canon and Nikon

52:40 - Google Clips review

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