BlackBerry has rolled out a new smartphone at MWC 2014 called the Q20. The device is the latest to run the BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Q20 promises the classic button layout and QWERTY experience that BlackBerry fans remember and prefer.
One of the biggest launches at MWC 2014 so far has been the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone. We spent some hands-on time with the Galaxy S5 yesterday and found it to be a very interesting device. At the show, the S5 that was shown off uses a Qualcomm processor with four cores.
ZTE has gone official with its latest smartphone called the Grand Memo II LTE at MWC 2014. The phone has been rumored for a while with some specs tipped last week. The official unveil brings with it all the specifications for the smartphone along with an official pic.
Lots of new devices are being unveiled today at MWC 2014 in Spain. One of those new devices is the next generation YotaPhone. The original YotaPhone landed last December and brought with it a device with a normal display on one side and an always-on electronic paper display on the other. The idea is that the electronic paper screen will make it easy to read documents while reducing battery consumption.
SanDisk is on hand at MWC 2014 and it has rolled out the world's highest capacity microSDXC memory card. The new memory card has 128GB of storage space in a tiny card that can fit inside most smartphones and tablets. The card is officially called the 128GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I.
Ericsson and Philips have announced that they have teamed up on a connected smart LED light program that will bring green lighting and mobile broadband to cities. The connected street lights solve two issues at the same time for cities with green lighting to meet sustainability goals and the lights allow network operators to roll out better city-wide mobile broadband coverage.
Ford has gone official with the redesigned 2015 Focus. The car gets a new design on the exterior and a revamped interior as well. The Focus is one of the top selling Ford vehicles in the world and is a very important car for the automaker. Ford announced back in 2012 that it would be putting a 1.0L EcoBoost under the hood of the Focus in Europe.
Intel has pulled the wraps off a new Atom processor that is aimed directly at Android smartphones and tablets. The product is the Intel Atom Z3480 code-named Merrifield that promises performance and battery life for Android devices. The SoC is a 64-bit ready chip that promises both best in class battery life and performance.