This week, Cherlynn joins co-host Sam Rutherford and special guest Michael Fisher (aka The Mr Mobile) to talk about all the things that Samsung launched at it Events unpacked this week. Is it a bad thing that new updates are mostly incremental? Does Samsung need more competition to push it to do better? How do we feel about Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro after spending almost a day with them in the real world? Then we look (doubtfully) at iOS battery percentage indicator recoveredas well as Kim Kardashian’s flesh color variations of Beats Fit Pro.
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Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4 is a small improvement, but the company doesn’t take risks – 4:55
Galaxy Z Fold 4 is a very solid foldable premium device – 9:35
Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro offer minimal aesthetic and hardware updates – 21:42
iOS 16 developer beta brings a weird looking battery percentage display – 50:18
Kim Kardashian’s skin-colored Beats Fit Pro dolls are supposed to help you blend in.. or stand out.. – 54:31
Some EV news: Rivian is testing dual engines, while Ford F-150 Lightning raises prices – 58:47
Google Stadia’s Definitely Still Live Service Has A New Feature: Party Stream – 1:02:50
Working – 1:04:21
Popular culture selection – 1:05:15
Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Sam Rutherford
Guest: Michael Fisher aka The Mr Mobile
Producer: Ben Ellman
Live stream producers: Julio Barrientos, Luke Brooks
Graphic Artists: Luke Brooks, Brian Oh
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
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