The cool kids at HMD Global / Nokia sent me a Nokia 7.1 and James a Nokia 3.1 to play with. So we made a quick unboxing video as we took them out of the packaging.

We’re using them to test out ‘Family Link’ – a piece of software by Google that allows parents to keep an eye on their kid’s phone. You can monitor and limit screen time, choose which apps are okay, and which aren’t. I’ll be writing more about that soon – but for now – enjoy!




Music by Nick Hutson.

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