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.
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Ever feel completely out of the loop without your phone in hand? Pushbullet mirrors notifications from your phone and puts them right on your computer screen so even when your phone isn't near by, you won't miss a thing.
We've all missed a bill before, and it's a terrible feeling to have. Mobilligy makes sure it never happens again. The free app helps you stay on top of upcoming bills by providing regular reminders and allowing you to pay from in app.
Android is a customizable platform but if you really want your phone to feel like it's made just for you, try EverythingMe. The app launcher uses context to predict your needs and offers impressive organization.