Last week at MWC 2017, LG unveiled its long-rumored and much-anticipated LG G6 flagship smartphone. Here’s what’s coming!
The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.
MWC is an event held annually typically near the end of February of beginning of March. Tech companies from of all over the globe gather under a single roof to showcase what they’ve been working on. For the last several years, the MWC conference has been held in Barcelona, Spain with simultaneous satellite events happening in large cities located around the world. This is the only event of the big trio (CES, MWC, IFA) that focuses on nearly all mobile computing.
Sony has unveiled four new Xperia XZ smartphones at the MWC 2017 conference in Barcelona. These are the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, Xperia XZs, Xperia XA1 and Xperia XA1 Ultra, featuring a variety of screen sizes, chipsets and specifications. Here’s everything to know.
Chinese manufacturer Lenovo has been building Android tablets for some time now and at the MWC 2017 trade show, the giant has unveiled the new Lenovo Tab Series 4 family. There are four new models on offer with a choice of either an 8-inch or 10-inch display and different underlying hardware.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock this week, than you know that MWC is taking place in Barcelona, Spain. Motorola earlier announced a pair of Moto G5 smartphones. Motorola’s parent company, Lenovo, introduced a range of new Android tablets at the conference. We also have some new Moto Mods designed to work with Moto Z models to tell you about. Here’s what we know.
Nokia has introduced three smartphones at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, plus it has relaunched the Nokia 3310, a feature phone from twenty or so years ago with legendary battery life and toughness. Let’s take a look at these new smartphones and of course the Nokia 3310. Here’s everything you need to know.
When Google introduced the new messaging app last year, Google Allo, one of the more interesting features was that it contained an early version of the Google Assistant. Since then, Google released the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL smartphones, which come with the Google Assistant baked in. We’ve seen a number of rumors that Google was to open up the Google Assistant to other devices and during MWC 2017, the company confirmed that this is the case.