Subscribe / Unsubscribe Enewsletters | Login | Register

Pencil Banner

Mobile World Congress rumor mill churns with reports of better screens, cameras

Mikael Ricknäs | Jan. 28, 2015
For Android fans, the next couple of months will be exciting times thanks to the expected arrival of new flagship smartphones from HTC, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics and Sony. While nothing revolutionary is expected, the steady pace of product evolution will nevertheless result in some great devices.

The company helped redefine what a high-end smartphone should cost with the OnePlus One, so the pressure is on to once again deliver something special. Prospective buyers can expect a product that lasts longer between charges: "Battery life is going to get even more impressive this year with Qualcomm's new mobile processors (while of course adding significantly to performance)," OnePlus said in a blog post on CES trends earlier this month.

It will also be interesting to see whether Motorola Mobility can continue to put out impressive products as a part of Lenovo. A successor to the Moto X won't come anytime soon, since that phone went on sale less than six months ago. To remain competitive, a new Moto E and an LTE-version of the new Moto G need to go on sale before the end of May.

Mobile World Congress starts on March 2, with the first product launches happening the day before.


Previous Page  1  2  3 

Sign up for MIS Asia eNewsletters.