MWC 2011 is over, find highlights inside

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Yes, it was the fellas MWC 2011 ended. Thank you very much, Barcelona, for the warm welcome and exciting week. But before we start our suitcases and fly home, we will give you a quick overview of the last few days to ensure you didn't miss anything important t.

A record crowd of 60,000 people from 200 countries attended the Congress this year. The event included more than 1,400 exhibiting companies and occupied more than 58,600 net square metres of exhibition and business meeting rooms.

And here is the promised list of MWC 2011 highlights:

Phone seemed to attract most attention was the Samsung Galaxy S II. I9100 We did a lot of live shots of that one. By following the links you will also find two UI demo videos we recorded. And don t forget to check out our exclusive selection of 8 megapixel camera samples and 1080p video captured with the new Samsung flagship.

LG also threw in some pretty nice drives our way, led by stereoscopic screen-featuring Optimus 3D. That one got their due portion of live images, a quick benchmark and a hands-on video. We also played in a fast 3D-test, which you can find here.

LG Optimus Black was another pretty cool Android-running smartphone. It packs an exciting new NOVA display which did a great deal towards Super-AMOLED screen and retina in our shootout.

XPERIA play was most interesting device available Sony Ericsson booth. You can find its practical, complete with lots of live pictures and video here.

HTC was also pretty busy this year, announces five new phones and a Tablet PC. You can find vivid images and our first impression on all of them by following this link.

Then there was Motorola show up its Atrix smartphone powerhouse and PRO QWERTY bar. We've got both covered with lots of pictures and videos.

But that's just the tip of the iceberg, you can find the complete list of devices that we covered at MWC 2011 by clicking this link. We've updated most MWC coverage pages regularly over the past four days, you might want to check them out again to see what we added.

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