Adéu, Barcelona: Mobile World Congress 2012 comes to a close

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Adéu, Barcelona: Mobile World Congress 2012 comes to a close
The mobile world's biggest players have exhausted themselves again, taking us with them in the process. While HTC and Nokia seemed to grab a lot of the attention, Samsung stayed quiet -- at least for now -- there was still a veritable pile of devices and news to cover from everyone else. Let's take a look at what caught our attention during the week.


HTC One X hands-on

HTC One S hands-on
HTC One V: we go hands-on


Nokia 808 PureView first sample shots
Nokia Lumia 610 hands-on
Nokia Asha 202, 203 and 302 hands-on


Samsung Galaxy Beam hands-on

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G hands-on
Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 hands-on
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) hands-on
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 hands-on


Sony Xperia U hands-on

Sony Xperia P hands-on


LG Optimus 4X HD hands-on

LG Optimus Vu hands-on
LG Optimus 3D Max hands-on
LG Optimus L-style series hands-on


Google Android booth at MWC 2012


Orange Santa Clara hands-on

Intel's Xolo X900 by Lava hands-on


Live from the Nokia press conference at MWC 2012!

Live from Microsoft's Windows 8 press event at Mobile World Congress 2012!

Live from the HTC press conference at MWC 2012!

Live from Sony's Mobile World Congress 2012 press event!


Nokia CEO Stephen Elop

Nokia VP of Industrial Design Stefan Pannenbecker
Nokia Lead for Imaging Experience Damian Dinning
RIM VP of Enterprise Alan Panezic

The best of the rest

Acer CloudMobile hands-on at MWC 2012 (more impressions)
ASUS Padfone hands-on (video)

ASUS Transformer Pad 300 hands-on
Huawei Ascend D Quad hands-on
Mozilla Boot to Gecko hands-on
Option XYFI personal hotspot hands-on
Panasonic Eluga hands-on
Tianyu K-Touch Treasure V8 hands-on
TI's wireless, ultrasonic stylus and touchless gestures hands-on
ViewSonic ViewPad E70 and G70 hands-on

ViewSonic ViewPhone 4s hands-on
ViewSonic's ViewPhone 4e hands-on

ZTE's quad-core Era hands-on
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