Just when we thought it was all over, Samsung unveil the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet at the last moment during their MWC 2011 press conference. With a bigger screen, a dual-core processor and Google Android Honeycomb, the Tab 10.1 is ready to do battle with the latest iPad and its challengers!
Watch out, here comes the successor to the brilliant Galaxy S Android smartphone! Called the Galaxy S II, it has a massive 4.3″ Super AMOLED Plus screen and a dual-core processor, plus Android Gingerbread onboard. It’s one of the most exciting phones Samsung have produced so far!
Sony Ericsson’s press conference concluded with the evening’s biggest launch, that of the Xperia Play, or the PlayStation Phone. Easily one of the most exciting, and potentially most important, phone releases of the year, it’s every bit as great as we hoped!
INQ officially announce the Cloud Touch, a touchscreen phone with Facebook deeply integrated into its Android-based operating system. If you organise your life through the social network, then this is the device you’ve been waiting for!
If you’ve been waiting to use your phone as a mobile wallet, then Everything Everywhere’s announcement should make you very happy, as they’ll be launching the UK’s first commercial NFC payment service this summer.
Joining recent news of the Scribe comes the second potential tablet release from HTC, named the Flyer. Although we can only guess at the spec, we can expect them to make an appearance at Mobile World Congress.