Your loyal mobile reviews crew takes a look this week at a bold smartphone-within-a-tablet, and Sprint's latest FCC punch at AT&T. We also debate the consequences of refusing to pay for a phone that costs you just a penny. Join us for all the news, reviews, and laughs on this week's Dialed In podcast.
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"I have been having the iPhone for a very long time and I really want to switch for an Android phone. I know there's choices on different handsets on AT&T, and I narrowed it down on two phones: the HTC Inspire 4G and the LG Phoenix. I had experienced the Android OS but I'm also on a budget. I have big hands, I think, so the HTC Inspire 4G has a big screen, but I also want something compact and light, like the LG Phoenix. I saw the reviews for both phones, however, I'm still stuck on which phone I should get. What do you guys think? Does screen size matter?" --Jasper from California
"Why are lots of phones branded as world phones when throughout my extensive travels they rarely are? Just because a phone is unlocked and you can swap SIM cards does not mean it will work on another country's network." --Vernor, a U.S. sailor in Japan