Free-range ninja phone proves compelling but unusual Hands On A stealth project being shown discreetly at Mobile World Congress this month shows how far Chinese phone manufacturers have come – and how far they have to go. It’s under the umbrella of ZTE, the state-owned telecoms giant, and was officially unveiled this week.…
T-Mobile recently added the Microsoft Lumia 640 to its web site and described the device as "coming soon." Microsoft revealed the Lumia 640 at Mobile World Congress earlier this month. The phone has a 5-inch HD screen, 8-megapixel camera, LTE, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, and Microsoft's productivity apps. Show More Summary
Chinese mobile advertising network Youmi is busy heralding its recently developed global mobile ad platform, Adxmi. Having first been announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress, internet industry players worldwide have been clamoring for a crack at the platform. Youmi co-founder Donald Li commented in a provided statement that the past year saw explosive development […]
HTC only announced a single HTC One M9 version at Mobile World Congress, even though various reports suggested that a slightly bigger “Plus” model would also be unveiled. In fact, rumors persist that the company will indeed launch aShow More Summary
The AnandTech podcast is back once more, this time with Ian and Andrei recapping their time at Mobile World Congress 2015. We kick things off with a look at the flagship smartphones to come out of the show, Samsung's Galaxy S6 and HTC's One M9. Show More Summary
Perpetual gilder Goldgenie will be applying their gold and platinum platings to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, but getting one will cost you dearly. Samsung announced back at Mobile World Congress their newest flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 along with its curved sibling the Galaxy S6 edge. Show More Summary
HTC’s new One M9 and Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones all seem fantastic, and we were thoroughly impressed by each and every one when we previewed them at Mobile World Congress. But if you need a new smartphone right now, unfortunately none of these new phones are available for sale yet. Show More Summary
At the 2015 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a company called P2i showed us something that protects smartphones and other gadgets from water damage. It's not a clunky case, and it's not some sort of plastic film. Instead, it's a "liquid repellent coating" that really protects the guts of a gadget – the circuits, boards, and chips. Show More Summary
When we live-tweeted the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge last week at Mobile World Congress, the number one question we heard about that beautiful double-curved screen was, “But will it break?” Screen breaking hasn’t been much of a problem in the last couple of generations of smartphones, thanks mostly to the advances in Gorilla Glass. Show More Summary
Tom's Hardware saw plenty of great tech at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, but a few stood out. Here are our awards.
As we all await Android Auto, let's take a look at what Honda has whipped up in the meantime. After the fun and games of Mobile World Congress, Europe played host to another huge event, this time for the auto industry. The Geneva Motor...Show More Summary
Apple and IBM sprung a surprise last year when they announced a partnership. Both companies have been working together to create enterprise-friendly apps and recently announced the latest additions at the Mobile World Congress. The idea of combining Apple design sense with IBM enterprise know-how is strangely logical. Apple has always supported the consumer over enterprise […]
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Hooray! The phone we tried and loved at Mobile World Congress has gone on sale in the UK earlier than anticipated. You can now get it from Vodafone, EE and O2 if you go via Carphone Warehouse (it’s not showing on EE or O2’s sites at the moment), and get a free LG Circle case and P7 Bluetooth speaker, or get... Show More Summary
LG was smart to not debut its next-generation flagship smartphone during this month’s Mobile World Congress trade show. It’s not that the phone is a dud, per se, but rather that Samsung and HTC definitely stole the show with their respective new flagship phones, the Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9. Show More Summary
Following a wildly successful showing at Mobile World Congress this year, Samsung has more momentum now than it has at any point over the past few years. The ground-up redesign of the Galaxy S6 was both a sigh of relief and a step into the future for a company that desperately needed to confront its financial struggles. Show More Summary
It didn’t make many headlines last week during Mobile World Congress, but that doesn’t negate the importance of the news at hand. Rubicon Project, a global technology company founded “with a mission to automate the buying and selling of advertising,” has just launched its Mobile Native Ad Server in concert with InMobi. “Armed with this […]
You know all about the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9. But what did you miss from the mobile world’s biggest annual gathering? Here are the 9 videos you need to see from MWC 2015. Hands on with Alcatel Idol 3 We try out the phone you can use any way up. Show More Summary
Now that Mobile World Congress has come and gone, bringing with it a slew of smartwatch announcements, it's time to learn more about Apple's own highly anticipated entry into the market. We finally have a firm release date and a price -- April 24, starting at $349 for the 38mm Apple Watch Sport. Show More Summary
Like many companies at Mobile World Congress, Lenovo displayed several products geared towards the global market. Its two phones -- the Vibe Shot and the A7000 -- will not be available in the U.S., unfortunately.