Top 10 Gadgets Unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2015

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Editor’s note: this is a guest post by Keval Padia, a founder and CEO of Nimblechapps, a fast-growing Apple watch app development company.

Every big name in tech world or array of promising startups always strive to showcase their latest and most formidable in tech gadgets in Mobile World Congress. Obviously this year also it has not been different. The rise of wearable tech has been showcased through an array of gadgets and there have been a few most anticipated smartphones. From innovative mobile charging solution to cool virtual reality headset to electric bike with mobile app interface, there were enough overwhelm your expectation. Let us have a look at the top 10 tech gadgets unveiled in the mobile world congress in 2015.

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet

This 10.1 inch tablet is going to be the thinnest and lightest tablet overtaking both IPad Air 2 and Galaxy Tab S. Though the overall design is much similar to its predecessor Xperia Z2 tablet, this one has been updated and upgraded in every aspect. From high resolution 2560×1600 display to impressive 6,000 mAh battery capacities – the tablet by far offers the most advanced technology, look and power compared to its existing competitors.

HTC Vive Virtual Reality

For some time virtual reality gadgets are making news and there have been an array of such gadgets that shown promising outcomes in taking the perceptive mind to a virtual world. The HTC Vive unveiled in the Mobile World Congress this year offers far enchanting virtual experience to the user than other such gadgets as Oculus Rift or Sony Morpheus (see HTC’s Vive & the Coming Virtual Reality Revolution). Unlike other so called virtual reality headsets it offers an experience akin to be a character in a 3D game than just merely playing the game. The headset perfectly recognizes your physical feet movement and accordingly your virtual avatar responds.

LG Watch Urban LTE

This robust, stylish and real smart watch is ahead of many other products of this niche presently on offer. Though the watch at present is only launched for the South Korean market anytime soon after its global launch it can really take the smartwatch market by storm. Unlike most other smartwatch models LG Urban Watch LTE does not require a smartphone for network connectivity. The watch has been designed self sufficient for connecting the network carrier on its own. ...

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