Samsung Galaxy S5 Unpacked with fingerprint scanner at MWC 2014

by Anoop Naik on 24th February, 2014 last updated 23rd July, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S5 Unpacked with fingerprint scanner at MWC 2014

Samsung revealed the most anticipated phone at Mobile World Congress 2014, the Samsung Galaxy S5, in Barcelona on Monday.

After numerous leaks and rumors, here is the Samsung's next flagship device. The device has a swipe-enabled fingerprint scanner for better security. It is also water and dust resistance, thanks to IP67.

Nokia X Android Phone revealed at MWC 2014

by Anoop Naik on 24th February, 2014 last updated 23rd July, 2017

Nokia X Android Phone revealed at MWC 2014

Nokia made the shift from Windows to Android and has revealed its much awaited Nokia X Android Phone at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona.

There was so much hype and as many leaks regarding this Android Phone and now it has finally been revealed at MWC 2014 by Stephen Elop.

Alcatel's Onetouch Fire C is a budget smartphone with Firefox OS

by Anoop Naik on 23rd February, 2014 last updated 23rd July, 2017

Alcatel Onetouch Fire C Firefox OS budget smartphone

Alcatel has announced the Onetouch Fire C smartphone today at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This is a budget smartphone specially developed for emerging markets like Indonesia and India.

The Fire C just costs 59 euros($81) and will be powered by Mozilla's very own Firefox operating system. This is one among the phones announced by Alcatel which is powered by Firefox OS 1.3.

No new Windows Phone will be launched at MWC 2014

by Anoop Naik on 19th February, 2014 last updated 23rd July, 2017

No Windows Phone at MWC 2014

Mobile World Congress is just around the corner with just 4 days left and there are already many smartphones lined up to launch during the event. Unfortunately, Windows Phone will take a break.

Microsoft will not be launching any new Windows Phone during the event starting on February 24. It will host only a press event where in it will talk about what is in store for the future of Windows Phone.