Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer came ready to conquer the world’s largest mobile event Mobile World Congress happening here in Barcelona from February 22 to 25.
At a special event held a day before the official start of MWC 2016, the Korean tech giant crammed the unpacking of two new smartphones, a new 360 degree camera, and an appearance from a very special surprise guest into a 1 hour show.
Don’t have all the time in the world? Here are the highlights from Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2016 in 60 seconds.
LG G5 Hands-On
LG puts the fun back in function with the announcement of its latest flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress, the LG G5. It has everything a 2016 flagship is expected to have: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, Quick Charge 3.0 that promises 83% of battery after 30 minutes of charging, a fingerprint scanner, quad HD display, USB Type C, Android Marshmallow, and great cameras.
Sony Xperia X Hands-On
In a surprise announcement at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Sony said goodbye to its top of the line Xperia Z smartphone, unveiling in its place a trio of new smartphones collectively referred to as Xperia X.
Specs-wise the new Xperia X line isn’t going to be the most high end smartphone release of 2016 but Sony’s left just enough for the phones to be desirable. (more…)
Sony Xperia’s Reality
It’s been a full month since the biggest tech coverage of my life to date. Having finished Legal Management in college, and then eventually making a career in Creatives, never did I think I’d be in Spain, as a journalist, covering one of the world’s biggest tech events.
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