Saturday, 3 March 2012

Outstanding smartphones and tablets at MWC

A smartphone with an incredible high-resolution camera The Nokia 808 PureView is somewhat of an amazing anomaly in the smartphone world with its massive 41MP image sensor and in-house-developed pixel over-sampling technology. The Nokia 808 PureView is expected to launch in Europe in May.

The world’s fastest quad-core smartphone Huawei calls its Ascend D quad smartphone the “world’s fastest quad-core smartphone.” The device is powered by Huawei’s own K3V2 quad-core processor and boasts a slimline (8.9mm thick profile) design. The Ascend D quad series will launch in China, Australia, Europe, Asia-Pacific, North and South America, and the Middle East in Q2 2012.

A superphone with a giant HD display and ImageSense technology The HTC One X is the first phone to run HTC’s camera-improving ImageSense technology enabling users to capture images in just 0.7 seconds, and to simultaneously shoot photos and videos. The HTC One X will be available from April

A waterproof quad-core smartphone with a 13.1MP camera and fingerprint sensorDespite not having an official name for its flagship quad-core device, Fujitsu has been busy showing off its waterproof prototype smartphone
A tablet with a smartphone brain ASUS’s PadFone is a convergent Android device that is comprised of a a sleek 4.3” smartphone and 10.1” tablet (called the “PadFone Station”). The PadFone is expected to be released in April

A tablet for those who love to draw and take notes with a stylus Samsung has taken its tablet-smartphone hybrid Galaxy Note and turned it into a 10.1” tablet that works in conjunction with a stylus. The Galaxy Note 10.1 can be used with your finger or with an advanced pen-input called the S Pen
A smartphone with a built-in projectorThe Samsung Galaxy Beam may not be a high-end smartphone but it does come with its own built-in 15 lumens projector