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Top 5 Most interesting things announced at MWC 2017

1. LG G6

LG badly needs a hit with its newest flagship phone. The G5 — last year’s attempt to create a “modular” phone that you could attach new parts and pieces to at will — never really took off, and its smartphone division is struggling. Luckily for LG, the G6 is a newly focused phone with an intriguing new form factor.

2. Nokia 3310

This relaunch of the iconic brick phone got plenty of press attention, and probably backfired a bit for Nokia — as it was likely hoping some of that free press would also shine on its very solid and reasonably priced Nokia 6 Android smartphone. It’s available in a range of bright colours, has a basic Symbian OS and boasts an epic one month of standby time.

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Instead of the S8, we got the announcement of two new tablets: the Galaxy Tab S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Book. The Tab S3 runs Android and is kind of rival for the iPad Pro. It features a high-resolution Super AMOLED screen and ships with the S Pen stylus. The screen is beautiful AMOLED and supports HDR, or high dynamic range — which creates a much more vibrant and full range of colors on the screen — and it’s got a beefy Snapdragon 820 powering it.

4. BlackBerry Key One

BlackBerry kicked off MWC with the official launch of its latest Android phone, the BlackBerry Key One (pictured above). It features a 4.5-inch, 3:2-aspect screen and BlackBerry’s signature physical keyboard below it. There’s also a 3505mAh battery, 12-megapixel rear camera and it’s all powered by the mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor.

5. Porsche Design BOOK ONE

Porsche design book one priced at around $2,500 is a high-powered and high-design laptop that looks to one up what Microsoft has done with the Surface Book. It even has a few extra tricks up its sleeve: You can tear away the screen like a Surface Book, or you can rotate it 360 degrees like a more traditional two-in-one. I’m not sure it’ll find a huge audience, but it’s notable that at least one company thinks there’s a market out there for these types of devices at luxury prices.

Let us know in the comment section below which gadget you like the most..


Written by Satyabrat Sahoo

Android Developer | Tech Enthusiast | Content Creator, Follow me on Twitter @the_lazy_indian.


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