Don't-Miss Mobile World Congress Stories
The phone will be released first in Indonesia and later in other markets in Asia; an LTE version is planned for the rest of the world.
The heart rate monitors in Samsung's new-gen wearables make them extremely personal, but the devices' chunky designs may not inspire true love.
John Chen announces a new version of BES, free licenses for customers switching, and new pricing.
Phones from LG and Wiko Mobile use the company's new Tegra 4i, Nvidia's first processor with an integrated LTE modem.
Facebook's CEO took the stage at Mobile World Congress to discuss his Internet.org initiative, which aims to get the entire population of Earth online.
Intel demonstrates a 64-bit version of Android running on a smartphone with its latest Atom chip,code-named Merrifield.
Japan, South Korea, Spain, France and Russia are among the new places for fast foreign roaming.
It has enough room to store 75K photos
We've told you about the changes Sony's introducing to its Xperia smartphones and tablets. Now see the new Xperia Z2 phone for yourself in this video report.
A Microsoft spokesman says that while Microsoft loves the services included on the Nokia X, the future is Windows Phone.
Samsung's new flagship phone doesn't appear all that different from the GS4 at first blush, but there are improvements everywhere.
Yep, it includes a heart-rate sensor too.
As new 4G phones appear at Mobile World Congress, Neelie Kroes is concerned with how young people will earn the money to buy what comes next.
The SpareOne is an $80 phone that runs on a AA battery; it's designed as a backup in case your regular smartphone isn't charged. We take a closer look in this video report from Mobile World Congress.
Leaks from the former contractor have raised awareness of privacy and users are reacting, says company executives