Ep. 553: Where the Doc drops the 'series' Video
Our little Dialed In family is back together once again. After enduring some technical difficulties and travel nightmares, Kent and I are back from Barcelona to join Nicole in the studio where we reflect on all the news from Mobile World Congress 2010. If there's one takeaway from the show, it's that software will play a primary role in this year's smartphones, while hardware will take a backseat. In other news, AT&T is finally getting its first Android phone and Sprint's WiMax devices are coming but not as early as some say. All this plus the latest cell phone reviews on this week's episode of Dialed In.
Three's a crowd and four's a party, but what do you call five tech geeks and an HTC Evo in a frozen meat locker? We'll just call it a 4G (pronounced fourgie) until we come up with something better. It's officially time for another Natali Del Conte Thursday, but we also have CNET smartphone expert Bonnie Cha in the studio to tell us all about her full review of the HTC Evo 4G from Sprint.
Bridget Carey just got back from the launch of the iPhone 4S at the Apple store here in Manhattan, so we pull her into the studio to tell us about all the kooks lined up for first dibs. Despite all the problems users are experience with iOS 5 updates, everyone in line for one left with a 4S, though Bridget tells us not many users were anxious to test out Sprint or Verizon's network. Where's Wilson today? Guess.
At CTIA 2009, Bonnie Cha takes a First Look at the Mondi, one of Samsung's first WiMax devices in the United States.
At CTIA 2010, Sprint and Motorola debuted the first Google Android smartphone for Nextel and to our surprise, it's quite slick. Check out the First Look video here.
At CTIA 2007, Bonnie Cha takes a look at the I-Mate Ultimate Smart Phone Series
At CTIA 2010, Kent German checks out Sprint's first 4G device, the HTC Evo 4G.
At CTIA Fall 2010, Jessica Dolcourt takes a look at the Samsung Transform, which includes Sprint's new ID theme pack.
At CTIA 2008, Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, the company's first Windows Mobile smartphone.
At CTIA 2009, Bonnie Cha takes a First Look at Samsung Propel Pro, a messaging smartphone for AT&T.