Monday, 25 March 2013
Sunday, 10 March 2013
Another Mobile World Congress is in the books and while the number of new devices was not quite as pronounced as in the previous few years, there still were a number of products revealed that are poised to hit the marketplace. From the heady streets of Barcelona, the talk of the Mobile World Congress for 2013 was centered on the continued expansion of technology and honing the impressive designs for mobile devices.
What Was Hot at #MWC
There were a number of new products that generated a healthy amount of buzz from this event on the wireless side, new platforms and different items that caused a great deal of talk among those who attended. Here are just a few of the items to look for in the near future.
LG Optimus G Pro: This new mobile device certainly generated the buzz with its powerful new processor, large 5.5-inch display and impressive 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor just to name a few of the impressive features. One of the most interesting additions was the front & back cameras that could be operated simultaneously for a picture within picture effect.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z: This new premium tablet design was a mere 6.9mm thin, but boasted a 10-inch 1,920 x 1,200 display, advanced 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor and dual front and rear facing cameras. Although thin, this tablet was pretty solid and held up well under testing.
HTC One: For those who enjoy high-end mobile devices, the HTC One boasts a number of advanced features that certainly grabbed the eye. Starting with the machined aluminum shell that was fitted perfectly to the polycarbonate components was highly impressive. Add to this the nice 4.7 inch display with beveled edges that help compliment the feel of a top dollar design.
Sony Xperia T: For devices that promote great connectivity, the Sony Xperia certainly impressed quite a few. The handy NFC apps present at the Mobile World Congress would put to good use in this device that helped people navigate around with ease. Add to this the number of posters with additional info that could be accessed and this device was most impressive.
Social and Mobile Trends 2013
It’s clear from the direction established that mobile devices are becoming even more versatile and powerful. Given the improved connectivity, features and access as displayed by the devices presented at the Mobile World Congress, the trend continues towards developing all-in-one mobile devices with greater computing power and convenience.
Tablets in particular are developing into more powerful mobile devices that have expanded versatility along with greater access. In essence, both the social and media trends continues this convergence of convenience, technology and greater overall memory to provide a person with all the access they need in one simple device.
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Posted by Social Business Today at Sunday, March 10, 2013