Nokia resurgent at the best of gadget-fests
Last week, the world's largest mobile technology event saw the introduction of quad-core mobiles, underwater tablets and projector phones to the market.
Last week, the world's largest mobile technology event saw the introduction of quad-core mobiles, underwater tablets and projector phones to the market. It also saw the re-emergence of Nokia as a serious high-end smartphone player and the arrival of the Chinese as cellular superpowers.
More than 60,000 people converged on Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress, among them press, analysts, handset makers, mobile operators, accessory suppliers and software developers. It was a gadget-fest like few others.
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