Ten years of innovations at MWC - 2013

19 Feb 2017

Whether it is your first-ever Mobile World Congress (MWC) or you’re a seasoned veteran, it won't be lost on you that MWC is a one-stop shop for all the latest from the world of Mobile, IOT and Telecommunications. Telesoft has been exhibiting for over 10 years and to celebrate we have taken a look back at some of the most exciting events and innovations to come out of the show for the last ten years, from flip phones to virtual reality. 2013 gave the world twerking and selfies, and in a completely unrelated story, Pope Francis became the first Latin American Pope.

Take a look at the huge ZTE Grand Memo

Super size my phone

Back in 2013, your phone could never be big enough. If you think that the Samsung Galaxy Note II is humongous, just take a look at the even bigger ZTE Grand Memo (launched at MWC 2013) and its 5.7-inch display. It was a new Android phablet powered by a very capable Snapdragon 600 processor (or the Snapdragon 800 for some markets). It was one of the first of its kind and attempted to pave the way for more Firefox OS handsets to land on the market.