LG is here in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress on full attack mode. They've announced the new LG Optimus G Pro, and a slew of L series smartphones. We managed to grab some hands-on time with their new Optimus G Pro, and this thing is quite a powerhouse smartphone. Go ahead and say it, it looks like the Galaxy Note II. However, this thing has tons of features to set it apart.
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Alcatel has announced the One Touch Idol X smartphone during Mobile World Congress. This handset has been announced with a decent display, however there are still some missing details. For example, Alcatel has yet to say exactly where the One Touch Idol X will be available. As for that display though, that is an edge-to-edge 1080p display that will measure in at 5-inches.
a few weeks back. At that time the details were still unconfirmed, however as of today ZTE has offered an official announcement. Simply put, ZTE has confirmed the Grand Memo specs and it will indeed have a 5.7-inch (1280 x 720) 720p display. The handset will also be launching with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor.
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.
ASUS has officially announced the Fonepad, a 7-inch tablet which as the name would imply, will launch with full phone functionality. The Fonepad will bring a 7-inch IPS display with an HD resolution of 1280 x 800, an Intel Atom Z2420 processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Unlike the PadFone which may not ever make it to the US market, ASUS has said the Fonepad will arrive in March and priced from $249.
ASUS has officially announced the PadFone Infinity during Mobile World Congress. The PadFone Infinity is a 5-inch smartphone that when docked with the Infinity Station, it becomes a tablet. ASUS has yet to reveal the full set of release details, however they have said that is should arrive this April and priced from £799.
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.
HP has entered the Android tablet game with their very first HP Slate 7 running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. What we have here is a sleek little budget friendly tablet to try and take on the Nexus 7 all for the low price of just $169. Below we have a few hands-on pictures and videos to see if it's worth your dollar.
Huawei announced one of the world's thinnest smartphones in the Ascend P1 smartphone, and as expected, this year at Mobile World Congress they've just detailed its successor. The Ascend P2 is here complete with an HD display, 13 megapixel, and more yet still comes in super sleek. We've seen a few leaks already, but check out the hands-on pictures and all the details below.