MWC 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 hands-on [Video]

Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 all but leaked in its entirety over the weekend, but we were still excited to see what the company had done to bring the original Galaxy Tab concept up to speed with Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Making its debut at MWC 2011 today, and set to hit the Asia and European markets in March, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 may not have a Samsung CPU powering it - NVIDIA's Tegra 2 does the crunching duties instead - but it still manages to distinguish itself somewhat from the XOOM.

Click through to watch our hands-on video of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

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Intel MeeGo teaser tips MWC 2011 smartphone & tablet reveal

Intel may have been in the dark about Nokia's re-evaluated plans for MeeGo, but that hasn't stopped them planning some noise about the open-source OS in Barcelona this week. A snapshot from the MeetMeego Twitter account shows an MWC 2011 banner with a hitherto-unseen smartphone and tablet along with the suggestion that it's "a little teaser what [sic] awaits you tomorrow" at the show.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play hands-on [Video]

Sony Ericsson's XPERIA Play has been so well leaked already, there's a strange sense of familiarity with the gaming smartphone despite it having only made its official debut at MWC 2011 today. Hands-on, it's an odd combination of the familiar from Android and PSP, and during gameplay it certainly feels fast enough. We demo'd Bruce Lee: Dragon Warrior, FIFA '10 and Asphalt 6, and all three were slick and responsive.

Video demo after the cut

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Pro slaps QWERTY on the Neo

Sony Ericsson's surprise smartphone for MWC 2011 was the XPERIA Pro, a business-centric handset running Android and packing a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Like the XPERIA Neo there's a 3.7-inch 854 x 480 capacitive touchscreen, only the Pro adds a full QWERTY keyboard that uses Smart Keyboard software to automatically load up predictive messaging depending on the app you're in when you pop the 'board out.

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Sony Ericsson Neo packs 8MP and Gingerbread

Sony Ericsson has officially announced the Neo, its photo-centric Android Gingerbread smartphone, at MWC 2011 today. Effectively an Android update to the Sony Ericsson Vivaz, with that handset's focus on digital photography, the Neo has an 8-megapixel camera, HDMI connector, and screen technology borrowed from Sony's BRAVIA line.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play debuts

Sony Ericsson has officially launched the XPERIA Play, its PlayStation gaming phone, at MWC 2011. As we've already seen well previewed, the XPERIA Play has a slide-out gaming keypad behind a 4-inch 854 x 480 capacitive touchscreen, and will come loaded with Sony Ericsson's own gaming download store. Sony Ericsson has also confirmed that the XPERIA Play will be coming to Verizon as the first US carrier, sometime this spring.

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Samsung Galaxy S II official

As expected, Samsung has officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S II, the replacement to the much-loved Galaxy S. Based around a 4.27-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen, the Galaxy S II runs a 1GHz Samsung dual-core processor in a chassis that's just 8.49mm at its thinnest point.

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Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1″ officially pictured

Samsung hasn't really managed to keep a lid on either the Samsung Galaxy S II dual-core smartphone (aka the Galaxy S 2) or the new Galaxy Tab 10.1", and now the company has pushed out official photos of the handsets. Samsung Hub and MovePlayer gathered together the shots, which show the Galaxy S II's 4.3-inch Super AMOLED WVGA display and the Galaxy Tab 10.1"s 1280 x 800 panel and 8-megapixel rear camera.

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Mobile World Congress 2011 Full Coverage LIVE on SlashGear! [We’re Here!]

We're just pulling in to the city that's soon to be known as the Town of Trillion Cellphones - Barcelona! We're here for World Mobile Congress 2011 and we're bringing it to you as fast as we get it for four straight days! We'll be there before, after, at all the pre-parties and post-parties and all sorts of little bits from here or there. See our gigantic word bank below to have whichever feed of information you like for the next few days or just hit the [MWC 2011] portal for the whole shebang - it's already begun!

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Intel blindsided by Nokia Windows Phone deal; N9-01 could debut at MWC 2011

Nokia's deal with Microsoft took up most of the news cycle on Friday - there's always our "Everything you need to know" roundup, if you're feeling behind the curve - and it looks like the revelations aren't stopping now. Amid New York Stock Exchange share prices diving 15.1-percent on Friday as the market failed to be quite so enthused as Stephen Elop and Steve Ballmer, there's also TechCrunch speculation that Intel - Nokia's MeeGo partner - knew nothing of the Windows Phone deal prior to its Friday announcement.

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