BlackBerry, which used the show to stage its comeback in 2017, was oddly silent but promised future moves. HTC and Motorola, both of which hosted large launches in the past, were MIA this year. Samsung: 2, Everyone else: 0. It's almost here! Over the last three years, 5G has progressed from a lot of hype and grand promises to actually becoming a reality. If the Galaxy S9 dominated all other phones at the show, 5G dominated the conversation. AT&T, which already promised a dozen cities with 5G by the end of the year, said a few days ahead of MWC that the first three cities to get the next-generation service would be Dallas, Atlanta and Waco, Texas. Sprint on Tuesday upped the ante by naming six cities, including Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas, getting 5G. A few hours later, T-Mobile topped them all by promising that 30 cities, including New York and Dallas (AT&T's headquarters, by the way), would get 5G this year. Verizon hasn't provided much details, but Chief Technology Officer Hans Vestberg said he expects to beat everyone on both fixed and mobile 5G services.
Mobile World Congress is so big, there are even traffic cops for people, "You have to say you're doing it, otherwise you're seen as a laggard," said Dan Hays, a consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, But a word of warning: You won't actually be able to access Sprint or T-Mobile's 5G service until next year -- when the first 5G-capable smartphones are slated to arrive, You'll be able to use a Wi-Fi hotspot to tap into AT&T's network, Some of the show's biggest booths are put up by the network equipment makers like Ericsson and olixar armaring iphone xs finger loop tough case - rose gold Huawei, so they were geeking out over 5G even more..
Imitation, as the say, is the sincerest form of flattery, and Mobile World Congress proved that adage with iPhone X copycats. Though taken design from a competitor is hardly new in the phone world, sometimes it lurches into outright cloning. Take the Asus Zenfone 5. Though it's larger than the iPhone X, there's distinctly familiar "notch" at the top of the screen (where have I seen that before?), it has curved metal edges, and the rear dual camera is an iPhone X doppelganger. Asus CEO Jerry Shen says his the Zenfone 5 will differ from the iPhone X in a few important ways: Its notch is bigger and it will have a far more affordable price than the phone from "the fruit company" (that's how only Shen would refer to Apple).
It was only a dummy device so it didn't turn on, but Leagoo S9 looks an awful lot like the the iPhone X, Meanwhile, while Huawei and LG were keeping a low profile at the show, they were apparently showing their next big handsets behind closed doors, They're already all over the web, of course, thanks to phone leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass, And guess what? If the leaked photos are accurate, the upcoming Huawei P20 and LG G7 also feature an X-style notch, too, Notch envy goes beyond big players like Asus, Huawei and LG, too, We spotted a handful of smaller companies also playing the imitation game, Take Leagoo, a manufacturer we'd heretofore never heard of that appears to be based in China, Its S9 phone is an iPhone copycat with a Galaxy S9 copycat name (killing two birds with one stone, we guess), It too has a olixar armaring iphone xs finger loop tough case - rose gold notch above a nearly bezel-less display..
Creativity also lurked in the Apex concept phone from Vivo. It has a selfie camera that pops up from the phone's top edge. Is it practical? Maybe not, but it's fun. It also has an in-screen fingerprint scanner for two prints -- an improvement from the single-finger in-screen scanner the company showed off just weeks ago at CES -- and OLED panels that vibrate to create the sound for your videos, calls and gaming. Artificial intelligence was another major theme at the show, even if the term has different definitions based on who you ask. Huawei hooked up its Mate 10 Pro smartphone to a Porsche, essentially turning it into a self-driving car. The experiment wasn't about Huawei getting into the autonomous car business, but to demonstrate how its Kirin 970 processor was smart enough to recognize objects like dogs and soccer balls.
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