Vector is our cross-site, cross-platform podcast where we analyze the biggest stories with smartest guests in the industry. This week telecom analyst Benedict Evans talks to Rene about what really cheap Android handsets mean for the mobile market, Nokia’s quest for the next billion customers, and who’s buying the iPhone 5c.
- Mobile interaction models
- The meaning of really cheap Android
- A note on the high end
- Who buys the iPhone 5C?
- Moto G review
- Nokia Lumia 520 review
- iPhone 5c review
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