Mobile World Congress 2012:
Quad-core Smartphones, Windows 8 and More Drive Tech Beat in Barcelona
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Many of the top companies and innovators in mobile and wireless will be attending this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to showcase the latest smartphones and tablets, mobile software, and offer sneak peeks at coming products. The event brings together more than 1400 exhibitors from around the world, with some of the really big players like Samsung, HTC, Nokia, Huawei and others ready to show and demonstrate cutting edge and ultra-cool devices.
TechnologyGuide is there and will cover on all facets of this major event, reporting on new and powerful smartphones, 4G mobile systems and mobile apps. Be sure to check back often for new updates and articles.
ASUS used Mobile World Congress to reintroduce the PadFone tablet/smartphone combo. Find out which new features ASUS added to make the PadFone a truly unique device.
Could the sequel possibly live up to the original? The team at TabletPCReview loved the original Galaxy Tab 10.1. Find out what Samsung has in store for the follow-up.
The worst kept secret at Mobile World Congress is now official, as Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 10.1, a 10.1 inch Ice Cream Sandwich tablet with S Pen stylus.
No one can accuse ASUS of being boring. Its PadFone is an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink device that serves as a smartphone, tablet and netbook, complete with stylus that doubles as a phone receiver.
Samsung did more than just add inches with its new Galaxy Note 10.1. It packed in an updated Memo app with formula support as well as two high-end Adobe apps. Find out what else this stylus-toting tablet has in this hands-on report.
The center of the mobile world’s attention is going to be on Barcelona this week, as the annual Mobile World Congress brings the big names in smartphones together with tens of thousands of tradeshow attendees.
Mobile World Congress 2012 featured quad-core tablets from Huawei, ASUS and Toshiba, and two sizes of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. TabletPCReview was able to test them all out for this hands-on report.
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