Engadget Mobile Podcast 151: IFA Edition - 09.01.2012

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|09.01.12

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Engadget Mobile Podcast 151: IFA Edition - 09.01.2012

If one Engadget Mobile Podcaster is talking about phones, but she's at Burning Man, does she make a sound? Brad, Dana, and Jon explore these and other questions surrounding a technology conference in Berlin that's all the rage this week. Don't get left behind.

Hosts: Brad Molen
Guest: Dana Wollman, Joe Fingas
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)

02:50 - Samsung Galaxy Note II unveiled: 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, Android Jelly Bean and more S Pen functionality
04:40 - Samsung Galaxy Note II: what's changed?
09:36 - Samsung Galaxy Note II: hands-on with the new S Pen-toting phablet (video)
18:00 - HTC Desire X hands-on (video)
21:06 - Samsung announces ATIV S, a 4.8-inch Windows Phone 8 device
36:30 - HP unveils Envy x2 laptop / tablet hybrid: 11-inch IPS screen, NFC and pen support, arriving later this year
45:22 - Samsung announces EK-GC100 Galaxy Camera with Android Jelly Bean, massive 4.8-inch display, 21x zoom, WiFi and 4G connectivity (hands-on)
54:10 - Exclusive: Motorola Droid RAZR M 4G LTE gets hands-on treatment (video)
01:02:20 - Is Motorola announcing an Intel Medfield-powered phone on September 18th?

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