Here Is The List Of Top 7 Best Tech Highlights At MWC 2019

Parvati Divakar - Mar 13, 2019

Here Is The List Of Top 7 Best Tech Highlights At MWC 2019

Here's the list of top 7 best tech highlights at MWC 2019, including some prominent tech products from Huawei, Samsung, and Motorola.

The 2019 Mobile World Congress or MWC ended; however, the advanced tech products first introduced at the event have made a strong impression towards most of the tech fans. Here's the list of top 7 best tech highlights at MWC 2019.

1. Huawei Mate X competes against Samsung's Galaxy Fold

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The Huawei's foldable Mate X at MWC 2019

It seems like Samsung is not the only company with a foldable phone ready to hit the market. Recently, Huawei launched its first foldable device named Mate X at the MWC 2019. And it is not an overstatement to say that the impressive Mate X has stolen the spotlight right from under Samsung's nose. While the Galaxy Fold folds inwards to protect the main display, the Mate X offers screen on both the rear and front side when the phone is closed. In some ways, that makes the Mate X more elegant than Samsung's offering.

2. Hololens 2

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It's been three years since the first generation HoloLens shipped in 2016. However, the original HoloLens isn't appreciated as it has a bunch of half-finished software in it. And now, with the launch of HoloLens 2 at MWC Barcelona, Microsoft has improved its mixed reality handset with a larger field of view, better hand tracking and improvements in eye-tracking technology. All in all, the HoloLens 2 is definitely a big leap forward from its original version.

3. The Motorola Razr will come back as a foldable phone

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We can't always predict how technology will evolve as it's changing faster and faster. However, based on what is happening recently, one thing is for certain, 2019 will be the year of foldable devices. And it seems like Motorola will soon join the race to develop foldable smartphones.
While the company has not revealed any official information about its first foldable phone yet, it is reportedly reviving its famous Razr phone as a $1500 foldable phone. Rumours also suggest that the company will launch this flagship as early as this summer.

4. Nokia 9 PureView with five rear cameras

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If you have trypophobia (the fear of tiny holes), then Nokia 9 Pureview is certainly not an option for you.

Recently, the owner of Nokia brand, HMD Global released its Nokia 9 PureView at the MWC 2019. Undoubtedly, the most outstanding feature of the phone is its five-camera setup at the back. However, it looks really weird with 5 rear cameras, especially if you have trypophobia.

5. LG G8 can unlock by recognizing the veins in your palms

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In addition to the usual recognition features such as 3D face unlock, LG's new flagship, G8 also features 3D palm vein biometrics recognition. Basically, the phone can read the hemoglobin in your veins in and then use that as a unique identifier to unlock your device.

6. Create 3D views on a smartphone with a screen protector

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By using the special screen protector named Holoscreen, which costs around $30 to $40, you can easily create 3D views on any smartphone without owning a $1,300 Hydrogen One smartphone.

7. Samsung Galaxy S10 will be on sale on March 8

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While there is no technical information was released at the MWC 2019, the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus is still one of the brightest stars of the show. The device will soon make its debut on the coming March 8th.


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