Every once in a great while there comes a phone that the Engadget Mobile Podcasters are compelled to talk about for the better part of an hour. OK, we lied: that happens at least once a month, but the phone du jour this time is a seriously hot little number. The Droid DNA takes center stage in the mobile amphitheater as Myriam and Brad dissect its deepest, darkest genetic code. We wouldn't leave the rest of this week's devices out, of course: a small army of powerful handsets all get their fair share of the limelight, just as they always do on these digital airwaves.
00:04:00 - HTC Droid DNA review
00:48:30 - Nokia Lumia 810 for T-Mobile review
00:58:20 - Nokia Lumia 820 review: a less expensive option for the Windows Phone crowd
01:06:20 - Nokia announces new location cloud service for iOS, Android and others: It's Here (update)
01:23:41 - Samsung Galaxy Camera review: a 21x compact shooter brought to life by Android
01:27:34 - Samsung Galaxy Beam review: stay for the projector, but nothing more
01:32:46 - HTC Desire X review: one last hurrah for a former flagship?
01:33:45 - Xiaomi Phone 2 review: high-end specs in a surprisingly affordable package
01:35:19 - MiFi Liberate review: does the world need a mobile hotspot with a touchscreen?
01:42:05 - PSA: Google Nexus 4, Nexus 10 for sale in US now! (update: Nexus 4 already sold out)
01:44:25 - Android 4.2 update for Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 adds lock screen widgets and multi-user support (benchmarks)
01:49:00 - The Engadget Interview: RIM CEO Thorsten Heins on BlackBerry 10, QWERTY keyboards and changing cultures (video)
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