The DockOff is a exclusive charging station that will doubles up as the wall mount as well as tabletop dock. This implies you can still you’re the plug point out connect another electric product. Like a wall mount launched connected to a socket, an exclusive port lets you utilize the station for a multiple tap plug point.
Reflotz made the Sony UX concept, a wonderful device having a effective camera and moving keyboard. The Xperia concept includes a 16.1 megapixel-camera, possibly along with Exmor R sensor and the treats of modern Sony technologies. Android 4.0 ICS is a OS of preference here and there is a good secondary screen created on the side, possibly for showing notices and the music player (Walkman) interface. This also has the HDMI-port and looks like an comfortable 4 row keyboard. The creator included as well the stylus port right here plus a zoom lens include slip to the camera.
The samsung company provides officially introduced a latest version of the Galaxy Beam, the smart phone using its own integrated pico projector. The modified 2012 model shown off at Mobile World Congress 2011 will come operating Android v2.3, features a 4-inch display, and will come rocking a more powerful 15 lumens projector. The greatest function of the cell phone as you may guess is its capability to project pics, videos, and other media onto walls, ceiling or any some other flat surface via a 15 lumens projector that Samsung says can display pictures up to 50-inches wide. The device has a 5-megapixel integrated camera, and has a 1GHz dual core processor, 8GB of internal memory, plus a 2000mAh battery.
Sliceo is the smart phone created for Hisense with functions below
Emphasize a High-cost.
Sensation getting out.
Suitable for business and also style.
Super slim look.
Panasonic named its two new Android handsets ELUGA, an acronym of sorts for “elegant user-oriented gateway,” to symbolize the slim pair of phones that aim to combine both design and function. The electronics manufacturer introduced the ELUGA and ELUGA Power handsets this past week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, extending the number of Android devices unveiled at the show from the likes of LG, Samsung, HTC, Sony, Viewsonic and Huawei, just to name a few. While most handset manufacturers claim the phone already combines design and functionality, the features on the ELUGA phones measure up. One standout feature: both phones are both waterproof and dustproof, so you can go about your business and not worry about every little spill near your handset. The phones are compliant with the international standard IP57 water and dustproofing standard. You might not want to take either phone for a swim, but the ELUGA line can withstand up to a depth of one meter (3.28-feet) of water for up to one hour. The phones are also protected up to 75 micrometers of dust for a period of up to eight hours. To start with design, the D-shape, slim form factor of the ELUGA is designed not to ruin the line of clothes when in your pocket.
Mobiado has officially unveiled its second Android touchscreen phone, which was designed together with Aston Martin. The new handset is called Mobiado Grand Touch Aston Martin, and features the car maker’s logo on the back case. Like the previous Mobiado Grand Touch, the Grand Touch Aston Martin is just a Samsung Nexus S dressed in an expensive case. The device’s body is “precision CNC machined” from solid aircraft aluminum, or solid brass with rose / yellow gold – depending on the version. Ebony wood or mother of pearl (MOP) is inserted below the metallic surface. Other materials used include sapphire crystal and stainless steel. All Mobiado Grand Touch Aston Martin models are sold unlocked, and come with quad-band GSM (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) and tri-band HSDPA (900 / 1700 / 2100 MHz) connectivity. As for their other features, these are the regular Nexus S ones, including a 4 inch WVGA display, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, 5MP rear camera VGA front-facing camera, 1GHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, and Android Gingerbread.
Mobiado didn’t disclose the price of its Grand Touch Aston Martin, but it’s certainly not a low one.
The Nokia announced the 808 PureView, a smartphone with an astounding 41-megapixel image sensor. The Nokia 808 will be the first smartphone by Nokia to include its new PureView imaging technology, which combines a high-resolution sensor with Carl Zeiss optics and Nokia-developed algorithms. Typically you might want a high megapixel camera in order to take photos that can be printed larger – what makes the Nokia 808 PureView special, however, it what it does with those pixels. The 808 uses a new pixel oversampling technology, that captures seven pixels of information and then condenses those into one single pixel. This reportedly results in an exceptionally sharp photo, and the ability to zoom in on any portion of a 5-megapixel picture without losing clarity in the image. The technology also works on video, so you can shoot a full HD video at 30fps and 4x zoom. Nokia has made some untouched images taken with the camera available online (as a sizable download) so you can get a feel for the quality. In addition to offering a decent lens and large image sensor, the camera also has a few other notable features.
The phone with the futuristic QWERTY keyboard was formerly known as the BlackBerry Knight. The handset will be available from Porsche Design stores later this year and there is speculation that the price tag will be a very Porsche-like $2,000. The device offers solid construction, for one thing with a forged stainless steel frame, leather back, and a sculpted QWERTY keyboard. The model is equipped with a exclusive Porsche Design UI and a Wikitude World Browser augmented reality app. Each unit of the P’9981 gets a premium PIN that allows the user of the device to find another P’9981 user in a crowd. Other specs include a single-core 1.2GHz processor, HD video capture and 8GB of native storage that can be pumped up to 40GB using a microSD card. The phone is NFC enabled and has BlackBerry 7 OS on board. That means the phone has the second-generation WebKit browser and includes the fast and smooth liquid graphics.
BARCELONA, Spain–Stephen Sneeden, product marketing manager for Sony Mobile, told in an interview here at Mobile World Congress that he predicts the company will likely only release quad-core Sony smartphones in early 2013. He does, however, state that this is just his assumption–the company will make the official announcements when it’s ready. “We’re going to join quad-core when we feel that the performance matches the battery efficiency,” he said. “Because right now we don’t feel that is there. What we are going to be doing in the second half of the year is moving to the Cortex A15 architecture, which we feel outperforms the current quad-core architecture. “You’ll see in 2013, as we’re evaluating the quad-core performance where it makes sense, where you’re not suffering in quality and the performance truly is there, and there really is something that demanding applications need,” he contiuned.” That’s when we make the right move to quad-core.”