This week on the SyrupCast, Igor Bonifacic, Rose Behar, Dean Daley, Sameer Chhabra, and Brad Shankar discuss their thoughts about the Essential phone and discuss the direction streaming video platforms are headed.
Igor recently got his hands on the Essential phone and outlines his first impressions of the device on the podcast. Is it possible for Andy Rubin to break into the already crowded Android market space?
Sameer leads the back half of the podcast with a deep dive discussion on the direction streaming seems to be going. Disney announced last week that it will be pulling content from Netflix to start it’s own streaming platform. It isn’t the only company with sights set on getting into the streaming game, which has the team wondering — how many services will we need to buy into to see the content we want to see?
Tune in to hear the SyrupCast team’s thoughts.
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Total runtime: 31:31
Essential phone, hands on: 2:18
The future of streaming: 19:24