The big event in the technology world is currently taking place in Barcelona. The Mobile World Congress (MWC) has seen a lot of big reveals from the major players in the mobile industry. Here are some of the highlights from each manufacturer.
Samsung aren’t giving away any details about the Samsung Galaxy S3 just yet, but they have announced the Galaxy Note 10.1, which is a larger version of the current Note, complete with stylus. They’ve also revealed the Galaxy Beam, a 4″ phone with a built in projector!
HTC have announced their new ‘One’ series of phones, which will become their flagship Android devices. It will be available with a variety of screen sizes and come in One S, One V and One X flavours.
Now missing the Ericsson name following their recent parting of ways, Sony is going it alone with the Xperia X and Xperia U. The Xperia range now seems to come bearing a white line across the bottom of the phone, which features the usual Android capacitive buttons. I don’t like the style, I have to say.
Asus have been busy, revealing the Padfone concept (a phone, tablet and notebook all in one) and the Transformer Pad Infinity, a faster, higher resolution version of the Transformer Prime.