31st October 2020 - Tech News and Reviews on BBC Berkshire

Nov 04, 2020, 01:20 AM
Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins BBC Radio Berkshire to discuss the latest tech news and reviews. This week; improvements to the NHS Track & Trace app should help to protect more people. Plus, resolving internet connection speed issues following a powercut.

First Gadget of the Week is the new Nokia 8.3 5G smartphone, as featured in the upcoming Bond film, No Time To Die. An upper middle-range phone, featuring a large 6.8" phone and excellent 64mp quad camera, fingerprint sensor, memory card slot, and headphone port, this stock Android based phone retails for around £500 and scores itself a very respectable 4 stars out of 5

Second Gadget of the Week are the Anker Powerline Plus II range of cables. Available in a range of lengths and colour, and with any connection type you could need, these are well made and long lasting at a price that is often much lower than those from device manufacturers. Listen in for more advice, both on these and how to source other good quality cables.

You can hear Fevzi on BBC Berkshire every Saturday around midday and can follow and contact him on Twitter @gadgetdetective

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