Opera about how they had reached the 300 million user mark. That news came along with details of an updated browser, one that is based on webkit. The folks at Opera had promised that they would be showing it off during Mobile World Congress and as of today -- they have released it for all to enjoy. The browser is available by way of the Google Play Store and is dubbed, Opera browser beta.
Jelly Bean and Angry Birds on a 84-inch 4K (Ultra HD) touch display? That's exactly what we have for you below. At this years CeBit show MyMultitouch is showing off their new tablet - if you can call it that - and this 3,840 x 2,160 Ultra HD resolution screen called the Alvaro GIANT is capable of running Android, Windows, or almost anything else.
Google blasted onto the high end laptop scene last week with their all-new Chromebook Pixel. We had a pretty good idea it was coming based on a few leaks, but they shocked everyone with a quick announcement last week. Not to mention the price also being a shocker - to say the least. Offering a 12.85-inch 2560x1700 'Pixel' display, dual-core Intel Core i5 power and more but that price sure is daunting. Read on for our initial impressions.
LG has also made some smaller announcements. Of which, one is actually being touted as the "world's smallest." This one happens to be the LG WCP-300 Wireless Charger. Another item being shown off is the flip cover case for the Optimus G Pro handset. We recently spent a few minutes checking out each of these while on the show floor here at Mobile World Congress.
Lenovo have announced a trio of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean powered tablets to take on the market. More importantly, Lenovo wants to take on Google's own Nexus 7 with two aggressively designed and priced 7-inch tablets in their new A-series. Then we have a new Lenovo S-6000 10.1-inch tablet also coming soon. Check out all the pictures and specs below.
Alcatel One Touch Idol X announcement earlier and in addition to that, we also have some hands-on images to share. The One Touch Idol X is the handset with the edge-to-edge 5-inch 1080p display and Jelly Bean. There is also a variety of colors, quad-core processor and 13 megapixel rear-facing camera.
Grand Memo here at Mobile World Congress and while it is hard to ignore the large size, the handset also has some other notable features. For example, the Grand Memo is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Coincidentally, this is the first time we are seeing that particular processor being used. If you remember back, it was announced in early-January.
PadFone Infinity, we also set aside a few minutes to check out the Fonepad. This is a 7-inch tablet that will be arriving with full phone support. ASUS has said the Fonepad availability will begin in April and that it will be priced from $249. The key here, unlike the PadFone Infinity where the smartphone docks into the tablet, the Fonepad is the tablet, and the phone.
PadFone Infinity here at Mobile World Congress. This device, or more specifically, these two devices are being touted as offering a "premium design with premium performance." The PadFone Infinity arrives as the latest generation of the PadFone family and the availability is expected to begin in March.
NVIDIA announced their all new Tegra 4 quad-core mobile processor to take on the world. Then last week they revealed the new Tegra 4i with 4G LTE, as well as a new Phoenix reference smartphone platform. Now, this week at MWC we've had an opportunity to take a peek at their new superchip complete with benchmarks and plenty of pictures and video below.