June 19, 2010

MobileTechRoundup 212

Category: Podcast — admin @ 7:24 am

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MoTR 212 is 44:45 minutes long and is a 43 MB file in MP3 format.

HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia)


Nokia E73 Mode comes to T-Mobile for $69.99
HTC Aria comes to AT&T
Further thoughts on EVO 4G usage from James and Matt
Any changes in iPhone 4 plans
Depending on your definition, the tablet market is growing fast – will it ever replace other devices?
HTC crackdown on ROMs?
Free phones on T-Mobile this Saturday

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  1. You guys have been talking a lot about battery life. I have a Nokia e73 (just upgraded from an e51) and some days I actually work remote (i.e. 6 hours/day) from the phone (email, web, eBooks, media, docs/spreadsheets, etc.) and at the end of the day still have 50% battery life left.

    So I guess Nokia knows how to manage their power settings or puts a big enough battery in their devices.

    I’d appreciate any insight from you guys. Love the podcast. I’m a big fan.

    Comment by Mark Hollingsworth — June 25, 2010 @ 9:01 am

  2. Mark, the Nokia E73 indeed gets stellar battery life. I can use the device for a good two days on one charge. What helps IMO is the 1500 mAh battery, which is a fairly high capacity unit for such a thin device. Also the smaller QVGA display means less power for backlighting and graphics is used. It’s a totally different class of device when compared a full-screen touch device and the biggest benefit is better battery life.

    Comment by kevin — June 25, 2010 @ 12:28 pm

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