Tony wants to connect his mobile phone to his TV inside his semi truck. How can he connect it? Leo says that before the Note V, he could get an MHL adapter to connect via HDMI. But Samsung dropped that feature with the Note V, and he'd need a smartphone that supports it. The Galaxy S7, by contrast, does. Samsung does sell an MHL to HDMI adapter which should work for it.
Samsung Galaxy Note V
Tom has a Samsung Galaxy Note V with Sprint. Lately he's been getting a warning of being infected. Leo says that's nonsense. We're starting to see these popups in mobile phones like we did running a browser in Windows. It's likely a phishing attempt to get him to buy something. Tom should just keep his phone up to date when a patch is offered from his provider, and he'll be fine. He's not infected.
It's time for Amy to upgrade to a new phone and she wants the best camera she can get. Leo says that most have great cameras these days. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is one of the best, as is the Galaxy Note 5, but low light performance is an issue for any mobile phone camera. She should look at the reviews and see what the F stop number is. The lower the number, the better it is in low light.
Better looking screen, improved camera, and that Rose Gold finish. And yes, Leo says it is a golden rose and not just "pink." So based on the new improvements, Leo says that if you've been thinking about the iPhone, the iPhone 6S Plus is the one. Live photos is interesting, in that the images come to life. It begins recording when you enter camera mode and when you snap it, it saves a second and a half of video on either side of the shutter press with it. Leo says it's unknown how widely Live Photos will be supported, but Facebook says it will be built into the iOS app.