This year’s MWC is set to go on for a couple more days, so there are still plenty of exciting things to happen, but so far Asus has stolen the Barcelona show.
The dual-screen NEC Medias W smartphone/tablet has been spotted at MWC 2013, although international availability dates for the device are not official yet.
Could the Google X Phone become a device meant to help Google sort-of stop Samsung’s increasing influence in the Android ecosystem?
Taiwanese company Acer, looking to expand its Iconia B1 series, has launched a new 16GB 7-inch Jelly Bean-powered slate at MWC which is available immediately for purchase.
Visa announced a partnership with Samsung at MWC 2013 to include the PayWave NFC wireless payment app on next-gen Samsung handsets, without specifying actual product names like the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3.
The Galaxy S4 may not be present at MWC 2013, but Samsung’s marketing department is surely doing its job, officially confirming the Galaxy S4 announcement event by releasing official invitation.
The Nvidia Phoenix is a 5-inch Android handset that’s supposed to be a development device for OEMs, a blueprint that could be used to create affordable high-end smartphones in the coming months.
The 5.7-inch ZTE Grand Memo has been announced at MWC 2013, a phablet ready to compete against the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and LG Optimus G Pro.
Aaand it’s out. The Asus Padfone Infinity, that is. Probably the best thing about MWC so far, although that doesn’t do us much good because the thing will most likely suffer from the well-known Padfone syndrome.
Asus has announced at MWC 2013 a 7-inch tablet that has phone capabilities, the Asus Fonepad, which will hit various markets starting with April.