It has been rumored time and again that Samsung is going to announce the Galaxy S8 in March. The company confirmed recently that it wasn’t going to unveil the new flagship at MWC 2017 and it didn’t today, but what it did confirm was when the announcement was going to take place. As reported many times over the last few weeks, Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy S8 on March 29.
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Samsung has been working hard to commercialize 5G. It has been creating technology and conducting trials with carriers in major markets in a bid to become a market leader in 5G products and services. At the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona today, Samsung announced a complete portfolio of commercial 5G products and solutions.
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We reported earlier this week that Samsung might be gearing up to launch a new Gear VR headset at the Mobile World Congress 2017. The new headset has officially been launched today and it’s a bit different from its predecessors. The new Gear VR comes with a wireless controller much like the one you get with Google’s Daydream View virtual reality headset.
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Seiko, a popular Japanese watch maker, has joined forces with a Tokyo-based retailer called Nano Universe to sell the “Steve Jobs watch,” that’s what its Chariot series watches came to be known after it was worn by the Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in a 1984 portrait shot by Norman Seeff that made it to the cover of Time Magazine. The company has confirmed that it’s going to sell this watch once again albeit in limited quantities.
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Powered by Android 6.0 and the Snapdragon 820 SoC, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, successor of the Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 (Q4 2015), features an impressive HDR-ready screen that delivers HDR video streaming, which will be provided by Samsung’s content partners (not yet announced). Samsung claims it is the first tablet with HDR (High Dynamic Range) support for display.  Read full post →Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review: Hands-on

Samsung comes to MWC 2017 with the Galaxy Book, the successor of the famous Samsung Galaxy TabPro S announced at CES 2016 , and refreshed last October with a new paint. Dubbed the “TabPro S2” in the rumors, the second-gen Windows 10 hybrid 2-in-1 has been rebranded as the “Galaxy Book” by the Korean manufacturer.

We welcome the name change, “Galaxy TabPro S” could be easily confused with “Galaxy Tab S”, which is the name of Samsung’s Android tablet line and the manufacturer has just announced its latest addition, the Galaxy Tab S3.

All new MWC tablets come with the latest Samsung S-Pen that features the same technology found in the Galaxy Note 7’s S-Pen, with the addition of a tilt detection optimization present on the Windows 10 models. I have played briefly with the Galaxy Book 10” and the Galaxy Book 12”, and here are my first impressions:
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Several interesting announcements have been made today at the Nokia press conference which is taking place in Barcelona as part of the Mobile World Congress 2017. Some of you might be aware that Nokia acquired Withings back in June last year for $191 million. The company’s products include fitness wearable devices, smartwatches, thermometers, connected scales, and more. It was confirmed during Nokia’s press conference today that the company is going to slap its name on all Withings products starting later this year.
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It was reported recently that HMD Global, the Finnish company that’s making Nokia-branded smartphones, will take us on a walk down memory lane at the Mobile World Congress 2017 by launching the new Nokia 3310. That was an iconic cellphone in its own right. Nokia sold 126 million units of the original 3310 ever since the phone was released in September 2000. The successor holds on to the original moniker but does feature an updated design and a bigger display.
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The Nokia that you’ve known for a long time doesn’t exist anymore. That company doesn’t make smartphones on its own anymore but it did license its iconic brand to HMD Global, another Finnish company, that’s now going to make and sell smartphones under the Nokia brand. At the Mobile World Congress 2017 today, HMD Global unveiled three new smartphones that are running pure Android.
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Alexa was everywhere earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017. We saw Amazon’s virtual digital assistant being integrated into everything from smart connected devices to home appliances. The company has now teamed up with Motorola to bring Alexa to smartphones. Motorola today confirmed that later this year customers will be able to purchase a Moto Mod with Amazon Alexa for the Moto Z. This will bring the power of Alexa to their handset.
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