Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest tech event organized by GSMA that is primarily dedicated to mobile industry. The summit invites device manufacturers, network equipment providers, representatives of wireless carriers, and journalists from all around the world. The MWC 2022 has started from 28th February and will last for four days at Barcelona, Spain. This mobile -focused tech show showcases latest developments and innovations in mobile technology. This post will throw some light on latest updates by thought leaders that will give exclusive insights on latest releases and transformations in mobile technology.
Key Highlights of MWC 2022 Day 1, (28th Feb 22)
The first day of this exclusive tech summit witnessed various product launches and important announcements from OnePlus, Samsung, Realme and others.
OnePlus at MWC
OnePlus announced the latest launch of its OnePlus 10 Pro smartphone in China last year that is also going to be launched in India till March 2022. This latest smartphone from OnePlus is powered by Qualcomm SnapDragon 8 Gen 1 chipset that is supported by Android 12.
Oppo at MWC
Oppo revealed its 150W Super VOOC flash charge charging technology that will debut o some selected OnePlus smartphones that will be launched in Q2. Any Android app development company will certainly benefit with such devices. Oppo claimed that its latest charging technology will charge a 4500mAh battery up to 50% in just five minutes.
Realme at MWC
Realme launched its GT2 series including GT2 Pro. Realme claims that it’s the world’s first smartphone that is designed and developed with bio-based materials. The company also launched Buds Air 3, wireless earbuds featuring a 10 mm dynamic driver unit. The earbuds come with a water-resistant design and active noise cancellation that also promises to offer a battery backup up to 30 hours. Apart from this, Realme also showcased its next-gen laptop; Realme Book Prime that comes with an intel core i5 processor paired with 16 GB RAM and 512 GB storage.
Nokia & Samsung at MWC
Nokia launched its C2 2nd Edition with Nokia C21 and Nokia C21 Plus. These smartphones currently run Android 11 Go Edition. On the other hand, Samsung also launched its new range of Galaxy Book laptops including Galaxy Book 2 Pro, Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360, and Galaxy Book 2 360. All these laptops are light-weight and run Windows 11 OS.
Lenovo at MWC
Global PC brand Lenovo also showcased its premium range of new laptops at Mobile World Congress 2022. These laptops are designed and developed for more connected experiences for users where IdeaPad, ThinkBook, ThinkPad, ThinkVision and tablets were lunched by the company. The flagship ThinkPad X13 s is developed in collaboration with Qualcomm and Microsoft. The ultra-slim and fan less design will offer enhanced connected experiences for users with a battery backup up to 28 hours. The AI-powered experience and enhanced 5G connectivity will enthrall users for sure.
Qualcomm at MWC
Qualcomm also announced a series of latest technologies along with wireless earbud support for 16-bit CD quality audio over Bluetooth. The company also announced that it will soon use Snapdragon Connect branding to make sure that customers can identify devices offering better connectivity. These devices will offer unmatched connectivity with 5G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity offered by the Qualcomm.
TCL at MWC
TCL has been a key player at MWC where it announced its roll-and-fold concept for smartphone that perfectly resembles Galaxy Z Fold 3 but the difference is that when you unfold this device, it can stretch further and you can have more screen for display.
Key Agenda at MWC 2022
AWS announced its advanced and secure cloud infrastructure with an enhanced ecosystem to cloudify worldwide businesses. The company claimed to work on building secure and scalable software-driven networks that will simplify operations and accelerate customer experiences. AWS has been much committed towards providing 5G network transformation including hybrid and multi-cloud solutions.
There will be equal emphasis on children’s rights in technology and communication sector. The session will identify several important gaps and opportunities for companies to act on. Companies will integrate children’s rights throughout their operations and material business processes.
Monetize, Secure 5G and Fiber Networks
In order to provide seamless protection for smartphone devices across the globe, the role of 5G and Fiber network will be evaluated to its fullest capabilities. Top rated mobile app development companies will also emphasize better connectivity with 5G network. Because of this, companies will be able to easily on-board and protect millions of new customers as soon as they launch a new product. The session will also emphasize much on revenue share model with ESET NetProtect that will make them eligible to enjoy seamless digital solutions along with protecting their customers round-the-clock.
Meanwhile, GSMA also condemned Russian invasion of Ukraine and urged for a peaceful solution that can save the world entering the verge of war. Apart from this, rise of cryptocurrencies, possible threats attached to it, and NFTs and other digital assets will also be on high priority in this Mobile World Congress (MWC)2022.