Shanghai, June 29 (IANS) From projector-equipped smartphones to connected cars to flash storage, among others, companies like Akyumen, Volkswagen and SanDisk demonstrated new solutions at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), an annual event organised by Groupe Speciale Mobile Association (GSMA) here.
US-based Akyumen Technologies showcased the projector equipped ‘HAWK’ smartphone, an enhanced mobile solution for entertainment, education, business and mobile sharing activities with friends, family or business associates.
HAWK is powered by Mediatek Helio X10 processor, has 128 GB memory, 35 luminosity, 100-inch HD projection, a 13MP camera and sports 5.5-inch screen size.
German car manufacturer Volkswagen showcased BUDD-e concept connected car to redefine the driving experience. With Volkswagen Social Media Integration, drivers can retain a full overview of their online activities on social networks.
All new information appears directly on the car’s display panel. All personal automobile settings are saved in the Volkswagen cloud and instantly transferred to your car with the push of the button.
SanDisk, a Western Digital Corporation brand, showcased high-capacity iNAND 7232 storage solution that will be available in LG V10, HTC 10, Qiku Geek smartphone models.
iNAND storage solution — available in e.MMC and e.MCP interfaces — provides tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices with faster system responsiveness, improved multitasking and browsing performance and longer battery life, resulting in an enhanced experience for end-users.
Chinese company Snail Mobile unveiled Snail vending machine, a kind of smart terminal which sells SIM cards and smartphones, dedicated to bring convenience for outbound tourists and business travellers.
In the future, Snail Mobile will propose family SIM cards, kids SIM cards integrated with Snail Store, virtual reality hardware, gaming consoles, to provide digital entertainment experience to consumers.
The smart football showcased in Sports Zone in GSMA Innovation city has a built-in sensor that tells everything users need to know about their kick, so they can learn to control, strike and manipulate the ball like a professional, and it helps in fine-tuning game.
Chinese handset-maker Gionee showcased S6 Pro, S8 smartphones. While S6 Pro is powered by 1.8GHz octa-core processor, S8 has 2.0 GHZ octa-core processor.
Both the smartphones feature a 5.5-inch full HD display, run on amigo3.2 user interface based on Android 6.0 operating system, have 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The same can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card slot.
Smartphone maker Huawei also exhibited Mate 8, P9 plus smartphones and MateBook.
Lenovo showcased ZUK Z2 and ZUK Z2 Pro smartphones.
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