- Google's Eric Schmidt: Feature phones will cost as much as a smartphone next year
- Nokia 808 PureView camera is "utter nonsense", says Olympus
- Nokia 808 PureView wins Best New Mobile Handset award at Mobile World Congress 2012
- Smartphones with big screens are stupid, says Nokia
- Nokia Reading Hands-on Demo
- Nokia Transport Hands-on Demo
- Microsoft posts Windows 8 Consumer Preview event video online
- LG shows off WCD-800 wireless charger at MWC 2012
- Sony might not release quad-core smartphones this year
- HTC admits Sense UI "got cluttered"
- Chip makers look to phones that learn to conserve battery life
- Fully charge your phone with a spoonful of water
- MWC 2012: dancing Android!
MWC 2012: Day four recap
1. EarnYourLeather (Posts: 87; Member since: 14 Feb 2012)
Is it just me, or was this a relatively boring year for phones at MWC?
2. torr310 (Posts: 643; Member since: 27 Oct 2011)
agree... Due to both Moto and Samsung weren't participating.
3. Chronos (Posts: 258; Member since: 25 Feb 2012)
I also agree with that. Although it was great to see two popular China manufacturers like Huawei and ZTE to create a couple of very impressive high-end smartphones, MWC also missed two popular manufacturers to show off what they were developing.
4. remixfa (Posts: 14255; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
Well, you got to take the good with the bad. Had samsung shown up with a quad core exynos SGS3 in hand, no one would have payed attention to the monster that Huawei showed off. The whole event would have been overshadowed by samsung. Because of their absence (and moto's too of course) it allowed companies that we would not have otherwise payed attention to, to have space to wow us. I dont know about u, but Huawei wasnt even a blip on the radar until now. They are now a dark horse for my money.
5. biophone (Posts: 1900; Member since: 15 Jun 2011)
Dark horse for sure. Can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves next. A15 quad core stock ui huge gpu huge battery is what i am thinking.
6. remixfa (Posts: 14255; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
If they get access to some super amoled+ or IPS screens, keep it stock, dual channel memory (at least 1.5gb) + A15 quadcore, a fat battery life, and a promise that updates will be the fastest around.... they will give samsung a real run for my money.
7. rsiders (Posts: 719; Member since: 17 Nov 2011)
Yay, the most exciting thing Windows Phone presented this year was...oh never mind. Hopefully I can help to change that.:)