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It's the things dreams are made of, a base/tri-pod type thing in the shape of a dinosaur, I mean what's more sturdy than a...
Following all of the amazing announcements at the Mobile World Congress this week Motorola quietly revealed a few things during their fairly small press conference at the event, the first was that they are working on a smartwatch that should be revealed by the end of the year, the second was that the Moto Maker is finally rolling out to Western Europe and Mexico.
It's already clear what the main focus of 2014 will be in the world of tech, Smartwatches. Following the success of the Pebble smartwatch and not so successful Samsung Galaxy Gear, Samsung, HTC, and Huawei, have all announced some sort of smart wearable. The latest to jump on that bandwagon is Motorola who announces yesterday that they have a smartwatch in the works and plan to launch it later in the year.
Chinese firm Huawei have announced their first smartphone that will run Mozilla's Firefox OS at Mobile World Congress 2014, the Huawei Y300. This is may cause confusion amongst some, as Huawei already have a Y300 phone on the market, the Huawei Ascend Y300 - which was a popular Android device that was praised due to its decent performance at a sub-£100 pricepoint...
There's clearly only one thing we're all waiting for HTC to announce, The All New HTC One, or whatever it's going to be called. HTC have an event scheduled in March, so we knew it wasn't going to be unveiled at this weeks Mobile World Congress, so what exactly did HTC have to show us? Two new Desire smartphones, that's what!
No matter what manufacturer you purchase your new smartphone from it'll usually contain the same features as another, it'll have a screen - usually HD, it'll have a camera, a front facing camera, and the usual array of buttons. Well Yota Devices hope their YotaPhone will break out from the norm. How? With a second screen of course!
Wearables are probably the main thing that almost every smartphone manufacturer with a press conference are going to unveil at the Mobile World Congress this week, the first of which to do so was Huawei who revealed their TalkBand B1 ahead of the week-long event yesterday afternoon.
We all expected today to be the day that Samsung unveil their next flagship device at their Unpacked event today and surprise, surprise here it is! as the various leaks suggested throughout the past couple of months, it's dust and waterproof, contains a fingerprint scanner, and a massive 16 megapixel camera filled with a ton of new features.
Mozilla and their Firefox OS is playing a key part in this years Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Both ZTE, Alcatel One Touch, and Huawei have unveiled smartphones running the HTML 5 heavy OS, as well as companies such as Telefonica and Deutsche Telekom have announced plans to launch Firefox OS phones in various different countries. Though the biggest and most impressive news comes from Mozilla themselves.
Over in Barcelona earlier today, memory card manufacturer SanDisk has unveiled the worlds first 128GB MicroSD memory card. It's tiny but packs a bloody punch when it comes to storage, lets hope smartphone manufacturers adopt it soon.
For months now we've been debating whether the rumoured forked Android powered Nokia smartphone first known as the Nokia Normandy, then known as the Nokia X, would actually ever manifest itself as an actual device or whether we'd forever be wondering, "what if?" Well this morning Nokia put an end to the debate by unveiling not one, but three Nokia X devices all of which run the forked Android we've all been wetting ourselves over the past few months..
This years Mobile World Congress is undoubtedly going to be the place where every man and his dog are going to reveal some sort of smart watch or wearable device, but what about a wearable smartphone? Well Alcatel OneTouch announced the POP Fit yesterday, a tiny 2.8" smartphone that you wear..
Today the Mobile World Congress is in full swing with the likes of Alcatel One Touch, Lenovo, Samsung, and Nokia announcing new handsets, developments, and other goodies such as smart watches and wristbands. Yesterday, some companies decided to spill the beans a little early on their new devices, Alcatel One Touch was one of those companies first announcing the Idol 2 and the Idol 2 Mini.
Nokia are well known for being blue and white but following the leaked information regarding their rumoured Android powered smartphone known as the Nokia X, the company have been feeling a little green.
Last week LG released some press invites to certain members of the Korean press for an event on February 13. We all assumed would be the reveal of the LG G Pro 2 and with February 13 rolling around it looks like we were right. In the early hours of this morning LG revealed all on their multimedia powerhouse the LG G Pro 2.
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