There’s been more than a few rumours surrounding Nokia’s new high-end global Lumia device and just what we would see at MWC. Talk of LTE support (what the Lumia 900 enjoys on America’s AT&T network), an improved camera and whisperings of a Nokia Lumia 910 have been heard around the web. But it wasn’t to be, it looks like the world will be seeing a Nokia 900 variant after all, but the only difference between this one and the one on AT&T seems to be that the global version is limited to HSPA+ speeds.
Not only boasting the Xperia S as its newest Ericsson-less phone line, Sony has introduced the Xperia P and Xperia U. Both the Xperia P and U sport a dual-core 1GHz U8500 chipset and both, unfortunately, will come running Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box with an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update to follow in Q2.
There’s a huge amount of excitement about Nokia’s recent Mobile World Congress (MWC) announcement regarding its new Nokia 808 PureView handset. Overall the 808 PureView is a relatively unimpressive phone, running on Symbian Belle rather than Windows Phone Mango. Unimpressive, that is, until you get to its incredible 41MP camera.
First shown off at CES in Las Vegas, the Sony Xperia S is one of the first phones in Sony’s new Ericsson-less line of mobile devices. Complete with a stylish new design, Sony is hoping that the Xperia S will see solid global acceptance as it moves forwards in to a new era of Sony Mobile handsets.
HTC has unveiled its HTC One series, starting with the HTC One X and continuing with the One V and One S. The HTC One V, previously referred to as the HTC Primo, is looking to be a lower-end device aimed at the more budget-conscious user, while the HTC One S boasts some more impressive hardware.
The HTC One X, HTC’s new flagship device, has finally seen its launch at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona. Originally titled as both the HTC Endeavor and HTC Edge, the One X is possibly the most talked-about quad-core handset of the past few months.
LG’s been showing off a few of its upcoming devices lately ahead of the slew of handsets we’re sure to see at MWC in a few days. Whether or not it’s wise to start trickling out its announcements ahead of the huge electronics show is yet to be seen. However, good idea or no LG is still forging ahead so we thought we’d keep you all up to date with what’s going on in LG’s world.
ViewSonic is purportedly planning to unveil a new 7 inch Android tablet at Mobile World Congress (MWC) next week. From what we’re hearing the device isn’t going to be too high end, meaning it should fall in to the cheaper end of the tablet market. The 7 inch display will sport a 1024x600 resolution, making for a pixel density of 169ppi. That kind of density, couple with claims that it will be “ultra-light” definitely suggest that this will not be a high-end tablet.
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