As the sun sets on another Mobile World Congress, we take a look back in photos at some of the highlights and features from the largest event in the global mobile industry.
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The new Galaxy Note 8.0 may have wowed the crowds on the Samsung stand at Mobile World Congress, but it wasn't the only thing on show. We took a look around to see what Samsung was showing off.
Nokia's time at Mobile World Congress didn't end with its announcement of the new Lumia 720 and 520 on Monday. We take a look in pictures at Nokia's show stand at the Barcelona event.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8.0 is the latest addition to its range of phablets. (Yes, phablets - you can use this beast as a phone.) We went hands-on at MWC 2013 to see if it's actually any good.
Huawei finally announced its long-awaited Ascend W1 at the start of this year - but was it worth the wait? Check out our first impressions of the company's new budget Windows Phone 8 handset.
Apparently i-mate is back from the dead, and they'll be showing off a Windows 8 phone (yep, not a Windows Phone 8 device) at MWC, powered by an x86 Intel Clover Trail Atom processor
Nokia announced two new Windows Phones today - the Lumia 520 and Lumia 720 - at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We go hands-on - do these budget-friendly devices create a good first impression?
It's looking likely that we will not be seeing a Nokia tablet running Windows at this year's MWC, with the company instead focusing on smartphones; a Windows 8 Pro tablet may appear later in the year
A rumor suggesting that Nokia will be launching a Windows-powered tablet in February has surfaced. Although we are unaware of how legitimate this rumor is, we know something is on its way.