5 Top Smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2018

5 Top Smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2018



The attraction of Mobile World Congress 2018 comes from the launch of the latest Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone. However, besides the smartphone, there were several other smartphones that also managed to steal the attention.

These are the 5 smartphones that steal the most attention, ranging from the best, the biggest, to the most prominent in the 2018 MWC as quoted from Techcrunch.

1. The best smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung gained attention even before the MWC event was held. This Galaxy S9 is not an additional revolutionary product. But this new flagship product adds a number of feature buttons that are enough to make it look new and fresh.

Low light photography is the most prominent of these new Samsung smartphones, and super slow motion is the most enjoyable feature.

2. The best retro cellphone, Nokia 8110

Once again, HMD managed to get the hearts and minds of the device lovers by cleaning the cobwebs on classic Nokia phones.

This time, the company changed the most popular slider phone, Neo. HMD adds a 4G network and several social media application buttons.

3. The best-rugged cellphone, Cat S61

This phone is a hardworking cellphone in the true sense. It can broadcast live thermal imaging videos. This cell phone can also measure the distance with the laser pointer on the board.

4. Imitate the best iPhone X, Asus Zenfone 5

This smartphone is considered very competitive considering it imitates not only notches on the iPhone X. The front of the Asus Zenfone 5 looks very similar to Apple’s premium products. However, the company still maintains the headphone jack on its smartphone.

The price of the Asus smartphone is only half of the price of the iPhone X. Even though the Zenfone 5 is supported by the latest chipset from Qualcomm, namely Snapdragon 845.

5. Phones with the best budget, ZTE Blade V9

Of all the strange experiments that are often done, ZTE apparently still knows how to provide premium features that are within budget. Blade V9 has not mentioned the exact price, but the phone will be priced at less than 300 dollars when released in America.

This phone is supported by two rear cameras, a low light image capture, and a glass design on the back.

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