Mobile World Congress – Day 2 Round-up

Posted Feb 17, 2010
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Here are the key highlights of the Mobile World Congress 2010 second day. Some key announcement were made and some update on latest news.

HTC Launched 3 New Mobiles with WP7 and Android
Seems like HTC is really getting comfortable with the Google Nexus design as today they launched three new smartphone handsets targeted towards the high end users. Based on Windows Phone 7 Series and Android, HTC announced HTC Legend, HTC Desire and HTC HD2-Mini. HTC desire contains the same 1.0 GHz Snapdragon CPU but 578MB or RAM as compared to recently launched Nexus One. More details…

Ericsson Annonuces App Store
It seems like a season of launching App stores. It was Intel in January 2010, then came in the consortium of 15 major Telecom operators deciding to launch their app store and now it is world’s largest cellular infrastructure provider Ericsson announcing its own app store. As indicated by Ericsson’s CEO Hans Vetsberg, users will be able to access the app store from any mobile and download apps. More details…

Vodafone Launches Low Cost Handsets
Vodafone, in collaboartion with TCL has launched 2 mobile handsets for the masses. Named Vodafone 150 and Vodafone 250, these low cost handsets will be sold at £15 and £20 respectively. Vodafone seeks to tap into the mass market and expand its user based with launch of these low cost handsets. More details…

Kaspersky Labs Launches Mobile Security app for Smartphones
Kaspersky Labs announced the launch of their latest security product for mobile handsets, Kaspersky Mobile Security 9. The application is designed to cater to viruses, phishing, hack and malware attacks on mobile phones. The app will majorly be offered to carriers and operators through out the world. One of the major features of this app is the ability to hide any contact’s details and SMS at the click of a button. More details…

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