MWC 2010: Day 1 Round Up

mwc day 1.jpgDay 1 of Mobile World Congress 2010 has come to a close. Here’s the first of our daily round-ups of the event, which today includes the official unveiling of Windows Mobile 7 and a smattering of new Sony Ericsson handsets in the Xperia range.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro gets the full QWERTY treatment
Great for texters and tweeters, with 720p video recording to boot.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini credit-card sized smartphone revealed
Super-slick, and only bested by the X10 Mini pro and Samsung Wave for “wow” factor today

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini pro packs in a tiny QWERTY slider
One of the smallest QWERTY sliders we’ve ever seen

First bada handset revealed as the Samsung Wave
And mighty impressive it’s Super AMOLED screen is too

Nokia and Intel team up for new MeeGo mobile OS
Open source OS is set to replace Maemo and Moblin

Microsoft press conference reveals WinMo 7
A drastic shake up for the PC giants mobile platform, and all the better for it

LG and Dolby bring 5.1 surround to smartphones
Lots of potential for making home cinema a more portable affair

Acer Liquid e smartphone announced
Sadly still running the Snapdragon processor at an underclocked 768MHz

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By Gerald Lynch | February 15th, 2010





Gerald LynchMWC 2010: Day 1 Round Up