Best of MWC 2014: Top Mobile Phones unveiled at the Event

A four-day mobile phones extravaganza called Mobile World Congress is coming to an end after. It’s only apt that we try to skim through all the devices showcased and know only about the devices that are worthy of our attention. Though, we saw mobile phones from big names like Samsung, Sony and Nokia, there were many Chinese brands as well. However, our aim is to list the devices that should be in our buying options this year-

Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5

Undoubtedly even before its launch, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 has created a lot of buzz and interest for itself. Though it may not turned up as well as rumored, it didn’t disappoint either. With top of the line specs and an ISOCELL camera, the device is surely going to be hit with customers.

Nokia X family

Nokia X Feat

A dream phone(s). Yes! Matching Nokia’s hardware prowess with the customisable Android creates not just one, but three smartphones. Nokia X, X+ and XL are aimed at offering the large app suite of Android to users at budget price.

Sony Xperia Z2

Sony Xperia Z2Competing with Samsung Galaxy S5 as a flagship device from Sony, Xperia Z2 comes across as a capable competitor. Not only does it offer superb configuration, it also get full marks for its omnibalance design which is also dust and water proof.

HTC Desire 816

HTC Desire 816

Many of HTC’s fans will be disappointed not to see HTC showcasing the successor to its highly popular HTC One smartphone. But, HTC had something else in its plans as it unveiled a very great device at mid-range pricing. The smartphone will be perfect for users looking for a phablet device in affordable pricing.

Along with the Desire 816, company also announced the Desire 610 which also offers good specs considering its price-point.

Notable devices

Russia based mobile phone Company revealed the second generation of its YotaPhone which is one of the innovative phones offering dual screen at the front and the back. The updated handset now gets excellent configuration, however it’s not sure if it’ll be launched anywhere else.

For the privacy-obsessed, BlackPhone by SilentCircle is a must buy. The devices offer high-level encryption for not only your data but your messages as well.

BlackBerry also announced its plans to release two devices this year, one of them would be an affordable BB10-based smartphone, while the other is for BlackBerry fans with its classic keyboard style.