Mobile World Congress, attracted record 85,000 audiences


This year’s dazzling event, Mobile World Congress, amassed an incredible amount of 85,000 audiences. This figure is nearly 20% higher in comparison to last year’s MWC. The sparkling event showcased a plethora of innovations and concepts starting from smartphones to tablets, latest softwares to applications and a number of out of the box technology ideas.


A lot of technology companies came up with their best-ever devices and products to lure customers in Barcelona, Spain. The front-runners in the smartphone category were South Korean rivals, LG and Samsung and Japanese consumer electronics firm, Sony. The smartphone manufacturers unveiled their flagship devices to spellbound consumers. The iconic G Pro 2 from LG was the pick of the eye in the phablet category. It’s far more optimized and enhanced from the previous version when its software and features are taken into consideration.

The smartphone leader, Samsung, also unleashed its new Galaxy S5, the latest in the Galaxy line-up. The newest icon from Samsung defines the class of technology and innovation it employs. The new smartphone is loaded with a galore of new features and attributes when experienced. It comes with a monster display, improved camera and water-proof device. Samsung has added a thumb-print scanner to make user’s confidentiality and privacy impeccable.

Japanese smartphone heavyweight, Sony unveiled its descendant of Xperia Z, codenamed Xperia Z2. Sony deployed the best available expertise and came up with a marvel comprising of optimized features such as large screen, dust and water proof model and can record videos up to 4K.

On the other hand, Chinese handset makers like Huawei and ZTE couldn’t manage to make a substantial impact. Huawei’s Ascend G6 was rejected by users due to its sub-standard material and poor design, whereas Grand Memo II by ZTE was also considered as a layman. The smartphone boosts an enhanced massive six-inch display but the design was rejected by the consumers.

Finnish smartphone giant, Nokia also looked awkward by unleashing its Android-powered smartphones.

The wearable devices category was a blend of timepieces and fitness bands at the Mobile World Congress. Korean consumer electronics firm Samsung launched a couple of new wearables named as Galaxy Gear Fit, Gear 2 and Gear Neo. Users admired these wearbles due to its improved features and loads of new applications. These intelligent watches were a great mixture of innovation and ease for the users.