Along with the Xperia Z2, Sony also unveiled its Z Tablet successor — the Xperia Z2 tablet — which sports an impressively thin waistline of 6.44mm and is only 426gms heavy. This makes the Z2 Tablet thinner and lighter than the iPad Air. The 10-inch display on the tablet sports Full HD resolution and comes with the widest color gamut, thanks to the Live Color LED display.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017
Sony unveils the Xperia Z2 Tablet, Xperia M2 phone, reveals the SmartBand fitness tracker release date
Not to be content and limit its reach by only releasing Windows Phone handsets, Nokia has gone ahead and unveiled not one or two, but three Android running handsets — the Nokia X, X+ and XL. The handsets are based on the AOSP version of Android, as rumors had made clear, and lack all of the Google and Google Play offerings. Instead, Nokia has loaded the handset with its own suite of apps including Nokia Store, Outlook and Here Maps.
As rumors had indicated, Sony has gone ahead and introduced its newest flagship handset for the first half of 2014 — the Xperia Z2. The handset has the same design language and dimensions as the Z1 but packs in a bigger screen.
Apart from unveiling an upgraded Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, Lenovo also announced a trio of new handsets — the S860, S850 and S660 — running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and aimed for the Asian market.
Back in December, Russian mobile startup Yota Devices released their first Android running handset — the YotaPhone. The unique feature of the phone was its rear mounted E-Ink display which was marred with limited usability and functionality. Today, the company has announced the next-gen YotaPhone with some beefy internals and a fully functional touch e-Ink display on the back.
More than a month ago, HP unveiled its first Android powered VoiceTab(s) meant for the emerging Indian markets. Today, the company announced at MWC that they will be bringing the re-designed VoiceTab to Europe and the Middle East in May.
The LG G2 Mini made its official debut this week in a press release, but is now being handled by everyone at Mobile World Congress. The miniature phone that shares almost nothing with its bigger counterpart except the design language, has left almost everyone feeling slightly let down. Here are a few hands-on videos for you to make your own opinion.
The LG G Pro 2 was unveiled ten days ago, right before Mobile World Congress, but it isn’t until today that we started seeing the device in the wild and given to press members to try it and share with us some hands-on impressions of it. Here is a round-up of videos of the G Pro 2 along with all the new information we could glean from them.