MWC 2019: The Best Phones We Got to See

The Mobile World Congress (MWC) that takes place every year has just ended yesterday and quite a significant number of devices debuted during the event that was hosted in Barcelona. We got to see everything from 5G-powered devices to foldable phones, so MWC 2019 was incredibly exciting for those of us who are interested in technology and innovation.

We’ve gathered a list with the best phones that have been showcased during the event, so take a look below.

Samsung Galaxy S10

Even though Samsung didn’t actually hold a press event at the show, it did unveil the much-awaited smartphone one day before the MWC 2019. The South Korean company definitely wanted to trigger some response from its community and from reviewers, even before the event started. Samsung’s newest flagship phone is clearly one of the best on the market. We are impressed by both the specifications and the design of the new series.

Sony Xperia 1

Even though Sony experienced some difficulties selling mobile phones lately, we are impressed with its newest smartphone, Sony Xperia 1. The device is equipped with a triple-camera system and a 4K 10-bit HDR display. Also, the new 21:9 aspect ratio of the phone is the biggest change we’ve seen in Xperia 1.

Huawei Mate X

Huawei is one of the companies that has recently unveiled a foldable device. The Huawei Mate X comes with a huge 8-inch unfolded display and a big 6.3-inch main display (when it’s folded). There is no notch present on Mate X, so the cameras are located on the side of the smartphone. This unique device will definitely make many users very happy, as it offers a much bigger display for content to be played on.

Nokia 9 PureView

Nokia 9 PureView has managed to surprise many of us with its creative penta-camera array. What’s more, it is even available to purchase for quite a low price. Due to the three monochrome cameras that the phone is equipped with, an incredible amount of details can be captured by the device (three times more than by an RGB camera sensor).

What’s even more astounding is that Nokia 9 PureView is able to capture 1200 layers of depth, which means it could even rival a standard DSLR. Compare this huge amount of layers with three to seven that are captured by most phones!

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