While Samsung didn't unveil the Galaxy S8 as part of its Mobile World Congress keynote, it did give Android fans a new tablet to look forward to: the Galaxy Tab S3. While the device is ostensibly a beefier Galaxy Tab S3, Samsung is bundling the Tab S2 with a super-sized take on the S Pen.
OPPO today made use of its Mobile World Congress keynote to unveil new camera technology for lossless zoom. Dubbed 5x, the tech makes use of a dual lens configuration inspired by a submarine periscope, and OPPO says it can deliver five times magnification without any loss in quality.
Alcatel today unveiled the A5 LED, a upper entry-level smartphone with an LED back-cover. The phone's plastic back has plenty of LEDs embedded under it, which in addition to looking kinda cool, act as a music visualiser, and fire up for notifications.
As part of its Mobile World Congress keynote, Samsung confirmed that it will official announce the next Galaxy smartphone - presumably the Galaxy S8 family - on March 29 as part of Unpacked event in New York.
Huawei today unveiled its latest flagship smartphones, the 5.1-inch P10 and 5.5-inch P10 Plus. Succeeding last year's P9, the two devices are quite similar in terms of design, with a slightly curvier body and a front-facing fingerprint reader standing out as the two main aesthetic changes.
LG today unveiled the LG G6, its latest flagship smartphone. Headlining features including an extra tall display with a 18:9 aspect ratio, an almost bezel-less build, and water-resistance. Notably, the G6 abandons the modular design LG introduced last year with the G5, and no longer has a removable battery.
Mobile data traffic is expected to grow tenfold between now and 2022 according to Head of Ericsson Australia and New Zealand Emilio Romeo, with video seen as key driver. In fact, Romeo says that 75% of mobile by 2022.
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