Mobile Phones Have Changed the World

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Mobile World Congress kicked off with the ex­pected fanfare at Barcelona on 25th February. We visited the event with high hopes from some of the best brands and we were not disappointed. From flourishing exhibitions to innovative products, there was buzz all across the venue for all 4 days.

From speeches from head honchos of some of the top corporations in the world to jaw dropping products, there was everything at this event.

In her opening keynote speech at this year's Mobile World Congress, GSMA Director-Gen­eral Anne Bouverot offered an honest assess­ment of the state of today's mobile industry. "We now have over 6.6 billion connections... mobile is changing the world in a way none of us ever thought possible a few years ago. However, against the backdrop of this tremen­dous growth, the mobile industry is facing some significant challenges. We are facing a very difficult global economic environment, we see maturing markets, we see increasing reg­ulatory pressures around the world, and those are some of the things that mobile operators and players in the mobile industry have to confront... This is a difficult balancing act and this will define the future of our industry for the years to come."

mobile is changing the world in a way none of us ever thought possible a few years ago

Mobile is changing the world in a way none of us ever thought possible a few years ago

E-Commerce will change

With shopping going digital, at the event there were several who had their reservations on how one could sell electronics over the web. Right from concerns over payments and gateways to warranties, all was discussed at length.

Mobile technology is bringing enormous upheaval to both retail and payment activi­ties, according to the keynote speech made at Mobile World Congress by John Donahoe, President and CEO of eBay. "We will see more changes in how consumers shop and pay in the next three to five years than in the last five to ten years," said Donahoe in his presentation. He compared what's coming to the impact on the media industry of the Apple iPad. "We are on the verge of the same thing with payment and retail."

Visa too had lots to say about the conver­gence of mobile payments. John Partridge, Visa President, declared that the financial and mobile communication industries have suc­cessfully come together at "an extraordinary moment" for both sectors. "We have arrived at a moment of convergence when the power of global payments networks can be securely integrated with some of the world's most advanced mobile communications networks," he stated. "The work we will do will make it possible for people born within the last 5 years to never have a physical wallet."

What caught our attention at MWC

It would be fair to say that we were expecting several big announcements. With HTC, Samsung, Sony all using the event as a launch pad to show­case their finest products, we found some of these to be extremely impressive. Here are the products that we found quite impressive.

Nokia Lumia 520 and 720

Nokia recently launched the Lumia 920, which belongs to its high - end range of Windows phones. This time around they unveiled the Lumia 520, which is a low - end device. It has a similar design to the others in the same category. What it offers is a 4-inch WVGA dis­play, 8GB of storage, and a 5-megapixel rear camera. Nokia has nixed NFC support, and there's no front facing camera for Skype and other video calling apps.

Description: Nokia Lumia 520

Nokia Lumia 520

The Nokia 720 is a mid - range device has a thin and light body that puts it on par with HTC's 8X. The Lumia 720 weighs 128g vs. the 185g of the Lumia 920, and it's 9mm thin vs. the 10.7mm thickness of the Lumia 920. It's noticeable when you use the device with one hand and the unibody design looks great for this mid-range device.

Description: Nokia Lumia 720

Nokia Lumia 720

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sony went on to announce its first offering of the event. The Xperia Tablet Z has a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 display, same 1.5GHz quad-core processor (now outed as a Snapdragon S4 Pro), and same airy design at 495g and a world-beating 6.9mm thick. Other features include an eight-megapixel camera, water- and dust-proofing, NFC, and a universal IR blaster. The Tablet Z runs Android 4.1, with an update to 4.2 coming post-launch. As for pricing, Sony is matching the iPad: the Tablet Z will cost around $499 for a 16GB model and $599 for 32GB, both in black.

Description: Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Huawei Ascend P2

Huawei was the first mobile phone manu­facturer to open the event by announcing its flagship device. Equipped with a smooth, thin, remarkably light. this device definitely feel like a flagship. The 8.4mm-thin handset has a 4.7-inch, 1280 x 720 "infinity edge" display. In terms of hardware, there is a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor that Huawei is calling "the world's fastest smartphone." It also comes with a 16 GB storage and 1 GB RAM.

Description: Huawei Ascend P2

Huawei Ascend P2

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