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MoDaCo Mobile Week Episode 42 - We're BACK!

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James (@nortools) and I are proud to present the MoDaCo Mobile Week Episode 42 - we're BACK...

...sharing our views about the news in this week's mobile world.

In this weeks ~40 minute edition, we're talking about...

  • The ZTE v967s arrives.
  • The X7 Elite thoughts (and MTK6589 discussion) - are Chinese import phones a viable proposition?
  • 4g from Voda and O2 announced - do we care?
  • James lusts after the Moto X!
  • HTC Max / Note III / Samsung Mega / Huawei Mate how big is too big?
  • The new Nexus 7 is here!
  • Pressy - another kickstarter success story.
  • Smartwatches - what's with the Galaxy Gear?
...as well as our usual number of tangents!

The ZTE V967s from Merimobiles is currently the MoDaCo Mobile Week featured device - visit the product page for more details on this low price, high spec phone!

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You can get the podcast in the following ways:

It's been a while since we last podcasted, so bear with us while we get the various options sorted out. The inline player and the direct link are up and running. :)

  • Direct download from the downloads section of the site
  • Via iTunes (search for MoDaCo!)
  • Via RSS with enclosures - simply add the feed to the reader of your choice
Your feedback is really valuable and will tell us whether it is worth our while to continue running the podcasts! Do you listen? What do you like? What do you not like? Please leave your feedback in the comments below, you can also rate us on iTunes!

You can listen to this weeks show here:

Or download in MP3 format.

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*waits patiently for RSS to work*

I still have my subscription to MoDaCo WinMo week set up :)

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It should update shortly! :)

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It should update shortly! :)

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Looking forward to this, btw Paul I just dropped you a message....

Cheers

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Well I thought that was pretty good.

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Is there any reason the ZTE v967s is better than the Blade V? They look like similar specs and obviously the Blade will come with UK support/warranty

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Excellent podcast, no $, no at&t, cheap Chinese phones - happy listener :-D

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Blade v is a 4" phone

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great videos! thanx

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