Feb 212017
 

There are only a few more days left till the much-awaited MWC 2017 event in Barcelona, but the Chinese don’t waiste their time and do everything possible to increase the interest of potential customers for their new smartphone Huawei P10.

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Huawei P10 (pic: pricepony.com.ph)

Huawei already has an impressive market share, especially in China, but that’s not enought for them. The Asians are struggling to reach out to a larger audience with new handsets covering a range of prices affordable to almost any customer. Last year they made waves with Huawei P9, company’s first flagship smartphone produced in collaboration with the German camera manufacturer “Leica”. However, MWC 2017 is ready to reveal P9’s successor.

Rumors about Huawei P10 have been circulating on the Internet for months, but the most interesting features were revealed in recent weeks. The latest element of the comprehensive marketing campaign emerges now as a 20-second teaser (see below) which promises several surprises during P10’s disclosure at the Mobile World Congress.

In general lines, Huawei P10 will most likely be released in two variants -P10 and a P10 Plus- with different screen sizes but similar specifications. Both will have a Quad HD-resolution panel, at least 4GB RAM and 128GB of storage space. The processing part will be ensured by the latest CPU Kirin.

As for the pricing, people could pay for a Huawei P10 about $500 when equipped with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal memory, or 683 dollars for the premium model which features 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage space.

Video: Huawei coming up soon at MWC2017 in Barcelona

Feb 142017
 

Nokia 3310 MWC 2017. Nokia is ready to relaunch 3310, one of the most beloved and rezilient cell phone in history.

The upgraded model is set to come as new alternative featuring long-lasting battery and a nearly indestructible housing.

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Nokia 3310 (public domain)

Nokia 3310 was originally rolled out on the market in 2000 marking the beginning of the modern age of the mobile phones.

The 2017 reincarnation of the old Nokia 3310 will be sold for only 59 euros and will probably be showcased as a second phone for nostalgics who would like to remember they first purchase. The handset will be launched at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona later this month.

After missing the start of the smartphone era, Nokia struggled hardly to keep up the pace with the market and ended up in the hands of Microsoft which powered the gadgets with their Windows Phone software.

Meanwhile HMD Global acquired the brand Nokia and took the decision to use the more popular Android mobile operating system at the expense of Windows Phone. Nokia 6 is the first model of the company being powered by Android.