Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017
Energizer is going to have a big presence at Mobile World Congress this year, both in the devices themselves and the sheer number of them.
Right on schedule, OnePlus has given onlookers the first glance at its prototype 5G smartphone at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Ahead of Mobile World Congress later this month, the Life’s Good crew has officially announced a trio of new smartphones.
Chinese manufacturer Vivo was expected to be the first OEM to show off a smartphone with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Right on cue, the company has unveiled a new handset known as the “Apex” during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Nokia made its grand comeback at MWC this year with the launch of not one, but three Android smartphones: the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6. However, the fourth handset launched by the company that managed to steal the thunder not only from its own phones but also from every other phone launched at MWC was the Nokia 3310.
The most major mobile launches during the first quarter of a year are done at MWC. This year’s MWC was no different, with Samsung being the only notable company that did not announce its new flagship at the event.
Along with its new Xperia lineup of smartphones, Sony also announced the Xperia Touch at MWC. An ultrashort throw projector running Android, the projector essentially turns any table or desk into an interactive surface.
Every year, Motorola launches a multitude of premium mid-range and flagship phones but its the Moto G series that earns the company its bread and butter. The original Moto G single handedly brought Motorola back from oblivion and into contention in the smartphone market. Last year though, Motorola stumbled with the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus.