The another MWC 2016 has been gone.
But how do you summarise the world’s biggest and best mobile industry event?
Mobile Innovation, Mobile Opportunity and Mobile is Everything was the buzz they talk about.
Nearly 1,01,000 people attended Mobile World Congress 2016 from 204 countries, covered by more than 3,600 members of the international press and media.
Bringing together women in the mobile industry, more than 20% of MWC attendees were female.
Everything from virtual reality, new handsets and innovative app ideas, to 3D printing, privacy protection and backend solutions were on showcase.
Over 40 game-changing products, services, devices, apps and technologies were awarded Glomos, the annual Global Mobile Awards.
All the big annoucements
- Xiaomi: the Mi 5 line was unveiled – https://youtu.be/3V0RyZDXjMw
- Sony: Xperia X series and new gadgets – https://youtu.be/-BEMxbjhyMM
- Samsung: Galaxy S7 / Galaxy S7 Edge and Gear 360 – https://youtu.be/cyohHyQl-kc
- LG: G5 – https://youtu.be/y5Aj3mEvCa4
- HTC unveiled two new smartphones – HTC 530 and 825 – https://youtu.be/cqst_geSbY4
- Alcatel unveiled three new smartphones – Alcatel unveiled three new smartphones
- Huawei’s entry into the detachable tablet category – Matebook – https://youtu.be/Wh6dI2MQgxc
What’s New in Mobile Apps at Mobile World Congress
Volvo ‘keyless’ cars innovative move with an app
Volvo will become the world’s first car maker to sell vehicles that can be unlocked and switched on using mobile phone apps when it launches the technology onto the market next year.
Volvo’s S90 estate cars will link up to a smartphone app, which lets drivers unlock the doors, open the boot and start the engine. Drivers can let friends drive the car – even if they’re miles away from each other – by granting them access through the app on their smartphones.