Mobile World Congress 2012
Mobile World Congress 2012 is set to be a busy few days with (almost) all the world’s major smartphone manufacturers heading to Barcelona to show off their wares.
With the exception of Apple, we are set to see all the top phone manufacturers unveil their latest and greatest smartphones for the year ahead. This year is all about quad-core, with Tegra 3-powered smartphones due from the likes of HTC, LG and ZTE.
The other big feature is Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with most flagship devices announced expected to feature the latest version of Android. Of course Windows Phone 7 will also be a major player with new devices from Nokia, ZTE and Sony expected.
We’re on the ground in Barcelona to bring you all the latest news as well as hands-on previews of the latest and greatest phones on show. So make sure you check back regularly to find out what smartphones will be coming your way in 2012.
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Panasonic’s latest smartphone will go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy Note and LG Optimus Vu.
The Nokia Asha 202, Asha 203 and Asha 302 will help Nokia “connect the next billion.”
Nokia’s latest Windows Phone smartphone, the Lumia 610, could finally challenge budget Android smartphones.
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The quad-core Huawei Ascend D quad smartphone is claiming to outperform all others in almost all respects.
The full specs of the quad-core HTC One X have leaked ahead of its expected launch.
Second generation device swells Samsung's tablet ranks.
Samsung has unveiled its latest Android smartphone, the Galaxy Beam, which features a built-in HD projector.
Acer has joined the group of manufacturers launching smartphones ahead of Mobile World Congress, with the Liquid Glow.
LG’s latest smartphone will have a Tegra 3 processor, an HD IPS screen and Android 4.0.
Nokia has released a video which teases its new phone’s videoing capabilities.
New software could turn your smartphone into a desktop PC.
LG will launch its second 3D smartphone at Mobile World Congress next week.
Samsung has unveiled a couple of budget smartphones ahead of Mobile World Congress next week.
ZTE has announced a dual-core smartphone which will run Android 4.0.
LG’s new phones all feature a thin, square, metallic design and the company's Floating Mass display technology.
Panasonic will formally unveil its first smartphone for the European market in Germany tomorrow.
Chinese company ZTE has announced the names of the two phones it will launch next week – but no pictures.
Ready to take on the Samsung Galaxy Note in the phablet market is LG’s 5in Optimus Vu.
The HTC One X, along with the HTC One S and HTC One V Android smartphones are set to be launched in Barcelona later this month.
According to reports, HTC will pre-load new phones with access to a cloud music streaming service by Beats.
Nokia is set to launch the budget Lumia 610 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this month.
An image of a phone running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and powered by Intel’s low-power mobile chip has surfaced.