Mobile World Congress (MWC) is one of the largest technology fairs in the world, and the time of year we have an idea of ??what we will see throughout 2015 in terms of technologies and innovations in the mobile device universe. MWC 2015 takes place between March 2nd and 5th, in Barcelona, ??and here you have an overview of all the releases and news of the event.
Nokia at MWC 2015
Nokia presented at MWC 2015 an impressive tablet, already available in China. Its design is very well taken care of, its specifications are top of the line and its suggested price is very reasonable. We tested the tablet during the Barcelona fair, and below you get our first impressions of the Nokia N1.
Fujitsu at MWC 2015
Smartphone with laugh reader
Fujitsu is not a well-known brand in the smartphone world, but that could change. At MWC 2015, the Japanese company presented the first prototype mobile device with iris reading system. According to the manufacturer, the first devices with the function will hit the market by the end of the year.
Sony at MWC 2015
Sony Xperia M4 Aqua
Sony has apparently changed the way it will invest in the smartphones in 2015. At least that's what we can feel with the release of its newest mid-range, the Xperia M4 Aqua. The handset was announced during MWC 2015 and despite the very similar design features of the Xperia Z3 and above average hardware, this smartphone keeps the cost benefit.
Sony Xperia E4g
With the Xperia E4g Sony launches an offensive to conquer the entry-level smartphone market, and thus ushers in a strong competition for Moto E. Indeed, the low-end device delivers exceptional quality for its price category, as shown. our hands-on:
Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet
Sony also unveiled at MWC 2015 the Xperia Z4 Tablet, the successor to the successful Xperia Z2 Tablet. In our hands-on, it was difficult to find a defect in this excellent tablet. Just in terms of design, we think it's time for the Japanese company to change its Omnibalance:
Qualcomm at MWC 2015
Qualcomm gave us some information about the long-awaited Snapdragon 820 chip, which will be available for testing by manufacturers in the second half of the year (devices to market will take a little longer). In addition to the sound and image perception functions, Snapdragon 820 also features a new FinFET finishing process, as well as a completely new 64-bit Kryo CPU designed by Qualcomm. Its architecture will be the basis for several future generations of chips.
Samsung at MWC 2015
He was expected to be one of the stars of MWC 2015, and when it was shown the Samsung Galaxy S6 really did not disappoint: noble design, materials premium (glass and metal), simplified and intuitive interface, wireless charging, and more. The S6 has everything to be one of the year's blockbusters. That is if your price does not disturb.
Galaxy S6 Edge
The S6 Edge also garnered public and critical acclaim on the first day of the fair. The device can look even prettier than the S6, and the smart curved screen functions (on both sides) promise to win over even the most skeptical. The only problem remains the price, which can greatly restrict your market.
HTC at MWC 2015
HTC One M9
HTC does not market its devices in Brazil, but tech fans know that HTC One M8 was one of the best smartphones of last year. Therefore, the expectation for the release of its successor was high. We cannot say that the HTC One M9 has disappointed, but it has not impressed the Barcelona public. The Taiwanese company may have relied too much on the successful formula of the HTC One M8, and made the same mistake Samsung made with the S5. Our full review will take the test and see if the M9 really is just a rehashed idea with some hardware upgrades.
LG at MWC 2015
LG Watch Urbane LTE
We were able to first test the new LG Watch Urbane LTE. Very similar to Watch Urbane, also launched this fair, but with the fundamental difference of not running with Android Wear. Below are our impressions of LG's newest bet in the wearable device market, the first of its kind outside of Google's operating system:
LG Watch Urbane
LG has also launched LG Watch Urbane, which runs on Android Wear and basically the premium version of G Watch R. When G Watch R was launched, the company maintained a sporty, more laid-back approach while the new model praises the style and sophistication:
LG has not only launched smart watches. The South Korean company bets on the mid-market and launches the LG Magna, the largest and most powerful device in LG's new mid-range. The device stands out for its advanced software features, which we usually only see on devices. high end:
Huawei at MWC 2015
The smart watch market is becoming increasingly competitive, and MWC 2015 attended the presentation of a serious competitor to Moto 360 and the company. Check out Huawei Watch, the first smartwatch from the Chinese manufacturer, which already shows that it has been delivering a very successful design:
Huawei MediaPad X2
Huawei also launched today at its press conference at MWC 2015 a 7-inch tablet. MediaPad X2 runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop and has phone function. It will hit the market in two versions: one with 16 GB of internal memory and 2 GB of RAM and the second with 32 GB and 3 GB of working memory.
Acer at MWC 2015
Liquid Z and Liquid Jade Z
Acer presented at the MWC 2015 three new smartphones from the Liquid Z series. Noteworthy are the Acer Liquid Z and the Acer Liquid Jade Z. Both run on Android Lollipop by default. See more details about the devices below:
This article will be updated daily with news from MWC 2015.
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