Overview: Thursday at Mobile World Congress

Last day at the world’s largest mobile trade fair, offered yet another Award. -Dansk fashion Awards too of them all, was won by HTC One.

Fourth and final day at the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile and telecommunications, was a subdued day, where only the awarding of a single award, could draw headlines on all sorts of tech sites.

Tuesday was awarded a sea of different prices, but today was the last and arguably most prestigious award handed out.

Price was awarded for:

Best New Mobile Handset, Device or Tablet to Mobile World Congress 2013

And the prize went to…….. “HTC One”
Tordag was otherwise only the small nyheders day. 

Huaweis Chief Executive Richard Yu had expressed his skepticism facing Firefox OS, by stating that the operating system may not be what telecommunications companies hope it will be.

Also other executives were given the opportunity to express their views. Qualcomm’s Vice President for Product Management, Raj Talluri, had fanned the flames, and pulled up the fronts in the battle to be the dominant chip manufacturer.

Raj Talluri said that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 easily could beat Nvidias Tegra 4-processor.

Otherwise, it was time to take stock of a trade show, which this time had moved to new larger facilities.

The fair featured not on big news, with presentation of the great flagships in smartphones and tablets.

Large companies like Google, Microsoft and Apple listened to virtually nothing during the fair.
We were, however, some news on the table.
Nokia kept the Monday morning press conference and preæsenterede all four new phones.
Two feature phone, the Nokia and Nokia 105 301.

In addition, came two new Lumia-models in the mid-range, Lumia 520 and Lumia 720.

Sony also held press conference on Monday morning, but gen-presented only Xperia Tablet Z, which had been launched a month earlier in Japan.

This does not mean, however, that Sony’s tablet can be written off as uninteresting.

Xperia Tablet Z is the world’s thinnest tablet on just 6.9 mm, and it is both water-and dust-resistant.

Sunday trains Chinese Huawei advances at the fair and presented according to the Huawei Ascend P2, which is the world’s fastest smartphone on 4 g.

P2 has download speeds of up to 150 Mbps and upload of up to 520 kbps.

Also LG was with, and presented a brand new Optimus L-series, which not surprisingly came to be called: LG Optimus L series II.

The series contains three smartphones: L3II, L5II and L7II