Mobile Roar Podcast: Nexus 5 leaks galore, Windows Phone Update 3, iPad event scheduled for October 22nd


This week on the Mobile Roar Podcast we try our luck at deciphering the Kit Kat’s clues — what does it all mean? We also talk about the new iPads to be announced at the end of the month, Microsoft’s Nexus-like Windows Phone update delivery system, and of course all things Nexus 5. There’s always the usual dose of crazy off-topic chatter! Tune in and watch or listen, it’s up to you.

Top News for the Week

Wins and Fails of the Week

Thanks for listening. Follow us on Twitter and send us your comments or questions to podcast[at]mobileroar[dot]com.

Joe Fedewa (@jayzeroeee) – WinSource.com
Chris Chavez (@GamerCore) – Phandroid.com
Kevin Krause (@youdontknowkev) – iSource.com
Edgar Cervantes (@Tech_Sasquatch) – Phandroid.com


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Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. Please notice that the Nokia smartwatch concept has the lettering ‘WIMM’ on it. IT’S NOT A NOKIA CONCEPT! It’s WIMM’s (aka Google’s). I don’t know how The Verge screwed that up. #FAIL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bxn_N4vHqXQ

    1. I thought it was simply Nokias concept, working on the Wimm watches. Noticed it too and can’t wait to see what Googler releases :D

    2. It says Nokia Research in the beginning of the video. They used WIMM watches to test the software.

  2. For Edgar… I bought some Macro lenses for my Android phones, and although they work pretty well, they’re enough of a hassle to not use them. Maybe i’m just lazy, but my feeling is that you might as well have a separate camera. You can also buy super cheap ones from a site like Light in the Box, in case you want to test it without laying down some real cash.

    1. Thanks for the suggestion! I actually use a DSLR and love my macro lens. Was just thinking about how helpful a macro lens for my phone would be. Which ones did you buy?

      1. I don’t think they were even branded, i just bought the cheapest one from Light in the box:


        That was like $10 including shipping. I wanted to see how useful it’d be on my GS3, but i ended up just leaving them at home.

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