Audio wrap-up of Mobile World Congress

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The trio of Vergecast is back, as is the news about gadgets. The Mobile World Congress was this week, and so much happened in the world of The Verge. Nilay, Dieter and Paul have everything you need to know.
Some other things that are sprayed are the next Light Phone 2, the review of Google Clips and a little conversation with the camera, so listen to it and you'll get it all.

Here are the articles that are referenced in this week's episode:
03:07 – The Samsung Galaxy S9 includes an enhanced camera in a family body
17:22 – The phone with Apex concept of Vivo
19:15 – The Clone Wars: the imitators of iPhone X fight for the vanguard supremacy
25:59 – Android Go is here to fix super cheap phones
32:44 – The banana phone of Nokia from The Matrix returns
36:59 – The Light Phone 2 adds messages and more to the ultra minimalist cell phone
38:40 – Huawei's new laptop has a mechanical pop-up webcam on the keyboard
44:29 – Amazon has acquired Ring to reinforce its security products for the home
48:54 – The weekly segment of Paul "Bounce shot"
52:07 – The new Sony A7 III is a $ 2,000 full-frame mirrorless camera that should terrify Canon and Nikon
52:40 – Review of Google Clips
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