Posted on 29 February 2012 by
MWC 2012 – Huawei, ZTE, Fujitsu, Panasonic, Toshiba latest mobile phones on display
Other than the major brands that were present at the Mobile World Congress 2012 Barcelona, Chinese and Japanese firms were also present. They showcase some of their latest mobile phones based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Huawei the well known company that makes most HSPA USB sticks showcased the Ascend D series of phones and it’s MediaPad 10.1 FHD etc..
Huawei’s Ascend D series includes the Ascend D Quad, D1, D LTE etc. The Ascend D Quad is the flagship model. It has a 330ppi 4.5 inchs IPS+ display. Powering the device is their own K3V2 Quad Core processor. It runs on Android 4.0.
Ascend D1 is a mid range product, it has a 326ppi 4.5″ screen but uses the TI 4460 dual core processor.
Huawei Ascend D Quad
As for tablets, Huawei showcased the MediaPad 10.1 FHD. It has a full HD 1080p 10 inch screen. built in 2GB RAM and 8GB of storage. It is powered by Huawei’s self engineered processor the K3V2.
Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD
Posted on 19 June 2011 by
Which mobile phones and tablets to see at CommunicAsia 2011 ?
CommunicAsia 2011 will be held in Singapore from 21 to 24 June in Singapore. This year, we will see less mobile phone manufacturers participating in this event.
Samsung is out as it has it’s own trade show held annually. LG also pulled out since 2010.
Sony Ericsson will not be participating at the CommunicAsia as usual. Instead it will have it’s own media event on the 2nd day of CommunicAsia. They have invited regional media and there are already rumours that they will be launching a dual core Android powerhouse. So, far details are sketchy but we will soon know in the coming days.
Nokia which held Nokia Connections event yearly is back in a big way at the event though. Will Nokia be announcing showcasing their phones based on Windows Phone 7.
As usual the two biggest Chinese players, Huawei and ZTE should be there and they might be showing more tablets based on Android as that is in the in thing right now.
Stay tuned at OCWORKBENCH in the coming days for more.