Mobile World Congress remains the world’s biggest dedicated mobile technology event, and this year’s show saw more than 70,000 people converge in Barcelona to find out what’s next in smartphones, tablets and more. From upstart operating systems and the world’s thinnest slate to a whole new way to make your own apps, these are the eight best mobile products from Mobile World Congress 2013.
These days, high-end features like a quad-core processor and 1080p screen are just table stakes in the Android superphone game. That’s why with the Optimus G Pro, LG focused on delivering uniquely compelling software that makes work more efficient and play more fun.
With LG’s updated QSlide technology, users can run important apps in small windows on the 5.5-inch full HD screen, allowing them to multitask in a way never before available on a phone. Dual Recording, which allows you to capture video using both the front HD camera and back 13-MP shooter at the same time, takes family video to a whole new level. Then there's QTranslate, which provides real-time offline translation of words viewed through the camera lens. Add in a whopping 3,140mAh battery and you have an Android phone ready to take on the world.