First Ring Daily: Nokia and Samsung Play Their Cards, Microsoft Teams Scoops

Posted on February 26, 2018 by Brad Sams in First Ring Daily, Podcasts with 8 Comments

On this episode of First Ring Daily, we dive into some of the announcements coming out of Mobile World Congress and Brad has a little bit of info about what’s next for Teams.

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8 responses to “First Ring Daily: Nokia and Samsung Play Their Cards, Microsoft Teams Scoops”

  1. SRLRacing

    There are points in the video where Brad's audio goes all kinds of crazy.

    • infloop

      In reply to SRLRacing:

      I've noticed that, too, where all of a sudden it will come in really loud on one or both channels and then return to normal, even though Brad is just straight up talking into the mic. It's noticeable when listening on any stereo speakers or headphones. It could be the mic, or it could be something else along the way to where it is being recorded. One possible solution is for Brad to mix down his audio to mono.

    • Brad Sams

      In reply to SRLRacing:

      Not quite sure why it pops between mono and stereo..going to try to flatten the audio to mono only.

  2. slbailey1

    Could the free version of Teams be the PWA version or will the PWA version replace all versions of Teams?

  3. mccoll

    While the S9 is definitely a stratospheric phone for use by Meths (Altered Carbon reference) I would have thought you would give the new Nokias more than a passing reference. For us ground dwellers the idea of Android One and good spec'd phones is interesting. Possible the spiritual successor to Nexus.

  4. marbo100

    Paul, you say you wish Samsung Galaxy S9 supported Google Fi. Is it an issue of Samsung not supporting Google Fi or is it Google Fi not supporting Samsung phones on their network?

  5. maethorechannen

    I wouldn't be quite so dismissive of Nokia's new featurephone. It's got an almost Android level of Google integration (including the Google Assistant) and is very HTML5 oriented. So if PWA's are the future than there's a possibility that featurephones make a comeback with them.