The YotaPhone always stood out from the crowd with its unique front-and-back displays, though its spec list left it looking rather ordinary. So say hello to version two, an altogether more attractive device sporting some significant improvements.
Though Huawei saved its strange stuff for later, it started Mobile World Congress with a simple showing: A new phone, a new tablet, and a new mobile hotspot that the company claims is the "fastest mobile hotspot" ever.
Huawei has never shied away from big screens, but what the company brought to Mobile World Congress 2014 was the first of its kind: A 7-inch screen smartphone. The MediaPad X1 is the largest smartphone we've seen.
Huawei brought plenty of new technology to Mobile World Congress, including its foray into wearable tech with the TalkBand, a smart wristband capable of making calls and tracking fitness and health performance.
The Mobile World Congress is approaching fast and MWC 2014 is sure to deliver some surprises. We take a look at the hottest rumors and stir up our expectations in time for Barcelona’s mobile tech extravaganza.
Google's Advanced Technology and Projects Group pulled the wraps off its latest initiative Thursday – Project Tango – involving an advanced Android handset with highly customized hardware and software capable of tracking the full 3D motion of the device.