Engadget Mobile Podcast 193 - 10.17.13

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Engadget Mobile Podcast 193 - 10.17.13

Want to go beyond the review for even more details about HTC's One Max? You've come to the right place, as Brad Molen and Richard Lai dive into all the details, from fingerprint scanning to battery life and more. Also on the topic of HTC, you'll find out if Richard got cooties by licking the gold-plated HTC One. Weirdness aside, we've got the skinny on upcoming events, from potential tablets at Nokia World in Abu Dhabi -- where Richard expects to see even more gold -- to Brad's predictions for the upcoming Apple event next week. So head on down and get your stream on with another episode of the Engadget Mobile podcast.

Hosts: Brad Molen

Guest: Richard Lai

Producer: Jon Turi

Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)

Hear the podcast:

00:02:21 - HTC One Max review
00:48:06 - Vivo Xplay 3S to be the world's first phone with a 2,560 x 1,440 display
00:59:20 - T-Mobile details free global data and texting for Simple Choice customers
01:04:52 - Microsoft announces Windows Phone GDR3 update, adds 1080p and large screen support
01:07:46 - Apple confirms October 22nd event, still has 'a lot to cover'
01:12:19 - LG G Flex curved smartphone revealed in press renders, will launch next month

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