News: Just Announced
Tuesday, 28 Feb 2012
At Mobile World Congress 2012, Microsoft chose to keep things simple by announcing the release of the Skype App for Windows Phone, alongside new hardware requirements for devices targeted at entry level markets.
It's not only the PadFone. ASUS has also launched the Transformer Pad 300 at MWC. Designed in collaboration with a university, the tablet is powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 3 platform.
Months after its short appearance at Computex Taipei last year, the ASUS PadFone becomes official at its launch in MWC 2012. ASUS offers the PadFone with the optional PadFone Station and Station Dock.
Monday, 27 Feb 2012
New products aside, Nokia also announced new apps such as Nokia Reader and Nokia Transport for its Lumia smartphones. Its existing Nokia Drive app will get an update that adds speed limit alert.
Available in an 13-inch or 14-inch form factor, the Samsung Notebook Series 5 Ultra is capable of booting up in a mere 20 seconds and offers speedy web browsing.
Driven by Huawei's proprietary 1.5GHz K3 quad-core processor, the MediaPad 10 FHD runs on the Android 4.0 OS and is only 8.8mm thin and 598g light.
Confirming the reports that leaked earlier this month, Samsung has officially introduced the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet which runs Android 4.0 and comes with the S Pen stylus.
At Mobile World Congress, Nokia officially announces the global availability of the Lumia 900. At the same time, the Nokia Lumia 610 was also announced, joining the Windows Phone family as its fourth member, with new Nokia services coming along in March and April 2012.
Samsung has introduced a new multimedia handheld device in the form of the Galaxy S WiFi 4.2. The WiFi 4.2 has a smaller screen and a camera with a lower megapixel count than the Froyo-based WiFi 5.0.
Nokia's press conference is finally over, with exactly six devices announced as expected. The real twist in the press conference, is the Nokia 808 PureView with its 41-megapixel sensor. Yes, you've read it right. 41-megapixels.