Tech podcast: Summer 2010's hottest handsetsPlus the UK's best and worst mobile phone networks

24 April 2010

Microsoft Kin Two

The Microsoft Kin Two has an 8Mp camera and a larger screen than the Kin One

This week's Which? tech podcast is devoted to mobile phones and networks as Melanie Dowding, Al Warman and Ben Stevens take a look at the newest handsets coming on the market, including the Microsoft Kin.

There's a hands-on first look at the cheap and cheerful touchscreen LG Cookie Fresh, and discussion of the Microsoft Kin - a social networking phone from the software giant as it moves into mobiles. 

And the Samsung Monte is being heavily advertised, but what has it got to offer beyond photo geotagging? Finally there are Sony Ericsson's new Walkman handsets - optimised for music lovers - and including the Zylo and Spiro.

We've also got the results of the 2010 Which? mobile network satisfaction survey - find out which of O2, Virgin, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile and Three almost 5,000 Which? members rated the worst for customer service. And whether you're on PAYG or contract, our survey reveals the best mobile phone networks.  

Plus, details on when the Apple iPad will be launched in the UK, and which mobile networks will be offering the Apple iPad 3G version.

It's all in this week's Which? tech podcast. Hit the play button to listen, or use the arrows to scroll through the podcast archive with every edition from the past year.


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