The Phones Show (MP4 version)
By Steve Litchfield
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The Phones Show (previously The Smartphones Show) is a television programme all about phones, but broadcast over the Internet, using the likes of iTunes and RSS, now in its ELEVENTH year! A new show will be available every few weeks. The Show is aimed at anyone who's either just purchased or is about to purchase a smartphone. This is the feed for the (now) 540p width, low bitrate version, aimed at playback on mobiles and handheld devices - higher resolution versions are available on the 'stevelitchfield' YouTube channel.
|1||VideoThe Phones Show programme 283 (540p low bitrate version, "OnePlus 3", 26/06/2016)||Review of the OnePlus 3||26 6 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoThe Phones Show programme 282 (540p low bitrate version, "Smart Prime 7", 17/06/2016)||Review of the Vodafone Smart prime 7, plus news of the Moto Z||17 6 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoThe Phones Show programme 281 (540p low bitrate version, "Xperia X", 08/06/2016)||Review of the Sony Xperia X||8 6 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoThe Phones Show programme 280 (540p low bitrate version, "LG G5", 26/05/2016)||Review of the LG G5||26 5 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoThe Phones Show programme 279 (540p low bitrate version, "HTC 10", 18/05/2016)||Review of the HTC 10||18 5 2016||Free||View In iTunes|
Steve Litchfield is a legend
Steve Litchfield knows more about PDA's & SmartPhones than any bloke in the UK. If you are looking for a balanced and informative guide to Smartphones & PDA's, this is a top podcast.
I look forward to every show, It gives me an outlook to other smart phones on the market. Great show Steve, keep up the good work.
Valiant effort, but not the best....
It's always going to be difficult to make a 10 minute video about a mobile phone entertaining, so it has to be said that Steve puts in a good effort. He certainly offers solid, comprehensive reviews of the handsets. Unfortunately the poor production values and the monotonous, heavily scripted dialogue make it painful viewing for all but the most ardent of Smartphone fans. Team Steve's knowledge with a 'proper' presenter and you'd have the podcast to rival the (surprisingly poor) Stuff magazine podcast as king of gadget shows.