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Galaxy Z Flip screen discoveries, HTC Vive interview, and Sennheiser's new headphones reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 41

Season 2, Ep. 41

This week, we look at the display of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and, specifically, a few oddities we discovered during our extensive testing period. What does it mean for the innovative foldable clamshell phone and the form factor in general? Pocket-lint's editor Chris Hall explains all.


We also talk to HTC Europe's general manager, Graham Wheeler, about the expansion of the HTC Vive Cosmos headset range and the different devices and interchangeable faceplates due to hit stores soon. He also takes us through the company's idea for the future of virtual reality, the Project Proton concept headset that replaces the front with a glass panel.


And finally, Pocket-lint's contributing editor, Cam Bunton, reviews the Sennheiser HD 450BT headphones and explains why active noise cancelling tech is bleeding down the price scale.


01:13 - Chris reveals what he discovered about the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip's display

09:57 - Graham Wheeler, HTC, interview

18:53 - Cam gives his opinion on the Sennheiser HD 450BT headphones and ANC


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Hosted by Rik Henderson

Production and editing by Rik Henderson

Guests: Chris Hall, Graham Wheeler, Cam Bunton

Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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