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5 Biggest Launches At The Mobile World Congress

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5 biggest launches at the Mobile World CongressThe Mobile World Congress came and went but not without some really interesting launches. The event has always lived up to its reputation of being an electrifying tech event. Like its past editions, MWC 2015 saw some of the best brands of the world gather under one roof and make their presence felt.

Mobile Wold Congress 2015 saw some big launches with everything from smartphones and tablets to wearable technology.

1) Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung unveiled its curved dual edged Galaxy S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress. Among other noticeable credits to its fold, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge was awarded as the “Best New Handset” at the Mobile World Congress.

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2) BlackBerry Leap

BlackBerry is trying to make a formidable entry into the mobile market once again. It came up with BlackBerry Leap for its loyal clientele. The new generation launch from Blackberry has a 25-hour battery life and comes with an 8 megapixel camera among other features.

3) Samsung Pay

Samsung Pay was possibly the big find of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The launch marked the beginning of a new era in mobile payments as users can make secure mobile payments using this technology worldwide. In competition with Apple Pay and Android Pay, this one is going to be a change-maker in online payment systems.

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4) Smart Wearables

Huawei ensured that the MWC got a slice of wearable technology as it launched a good-looking smartwatch that runs on the Android Wear OS. In competition with Moto 360 and the Gear S, it is sleek and meant for everyday use.

5) Smart Suitcase

An unusual launch for MWC 2015 was a smart suitcase from Bluesmart, a California-based technology company. This gadget attracted the attention of visitors. It has the ability to weigh itself and users can constantly track it through a smartphone application. It’s something James Bond would vie for.

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Satarupa Bhattacharya
Satarupa Bhattacharya
Satarupa B. Kaur has been writing professionally since a decade now. Always on the go; she loves to travel, books, playtime with her toddler--as she explores new places, amazing food and anything tech!
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