Mobile World Congress 2018: (Highlights – Latest trends, updates & launches)

Mobile World Congress 2018: (Highlights – Latest trends, updates & launches)

If you missed Mobile World Congress 2018, you literally missed a lot!

Are you curious about exactly what you can expect from a Mobile World Congress or just want to relive #MWC18,

below you can discover how we’re focused on Creating a Better Future, yesterday, today.

Mobile World Congress 2018

The world’s biggest mobile technology event has ended on 1 March and we will tell you the reason why it is one of the best Consumer Electronics Show.

Mobile World Congress 2018 has hosted in Barcelona every year and witnesses some of the biggest Android flagship launches, but this year it was different because of its Unveiling Next Generation Technology.

Mobile World Congress 2018
The king of all mobile trade events got underway yesterday in Barcelona.

Before we dive into the river of all the recent updates that are already preceded this year’s Mobile world congress 2018, we would like to check your curiosity to know exactly what each of these big tech companies has announced in MWC 2018, stay tuned to

Updates various companies have launched unique SmartPhones in Mobile World Congress 2018

There are so many tech companies who introduced there latest smartphone technology every year, but we will focus on industry giants such as Samsung, Nokia, Google, LG, Htc, Sony, and Moto.

First thing first…!

Samsung – finally the Samsung has unveiled its flagship phone “Samsung Galaxy S9”, we will share its specs later with you in our “Read Before Buy Guide“.

Google – “Ok Google” has launched so many things during MWC 2018 & Some of them are “Android Go”, Global Google Assistant”, “Google RCS” and “Android One”

Nokia – The Oldest & Longest mobile phone giants are back, this time they have amazing for all of you. Some of them are – “Banana Phones”, Nokia 8 Sirocco”, “Nokia 3” and “Nokia 7 Plus”. Also with this Nokia has announced to provide 4G Internet Services on the Planet Moon in collaboration with Vodafone.

Vivo – Vivo managed to get more attention and spotlight at this year’s MWC with the APEX concept phone. It’s a unique device, or rather a unique tech demo (because it’s what it is), for more than a few reasons. Introduced OLED technology, the APEX’s 5.99-inch panel spans nearly the entirety of its front and also doubles as a speaker and earpiece.

Plus, the company’s next generation under-display fingerprint technology now introduced to top it all off, the selfie camera also pops-up when needed with the help of a small motorized dome.

LG – LG jumped hard on the AI bandwagon as well, releasing a new and ambitious in scope ThinkQ platform. To go along with it – a pair of devices, or should we say memory options for the V30, descriptively titled the LG V30S ThinQ and V30S+ ThinkQ, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage, respectively. 

Sony – A pair of exciting new flagships from the Japanese giant. Pretty controversial ones at that. The Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact feature a fresh new “Ambient Flow” design, a lot curvier than before, complete with 18:9 displays. Underneath, both are true powerhouses.

Introducing Next Generation Mobile Leaders

More than 19,000 attendees, including 600 investors, participated in this cutting-edge programme at Fira Montjuïc, Barcelona. The Innovation Market has showcased more than 600 exhibitors from 45 countries and 12 international delegations, while the conference has discussed with its attendees for almost 110 hours of content on topics such as AI, the blockchain, IoT, technology transfer and corporate venturing, among others.

Mobile World Congress 2018

Later, we will share detailed information about each and every launch @MWC18.

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