Here are some of the highlights during the recently concluded MWC:
1) ZTE 5G smartphone
If you really want to be way ahead of the pack then you might find ZTE's new smartphone which can reach download speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second interesting.
It’s aptly called the Gigabit Phone and its most unique feature is that it's already compatible with the 5G mobile internet service despite the fact that this ultra fast network will only start being available by 2020 at the earliest.
Aside from this, it also boasts 360-degree panoramic videos in virtual reality. Now that's cool.
2) Huawei P10
Chinese phone maker Huawei is evidently not going to settle for third place in the smartphone market after it launched its P10 flagship phone during the MWC 2017.
The new P10 is the first smartphone equipped with a front-facing Leica camera. It also has dual sim support, a curved display and an underglass fingerprint sensor.
The standard P10 costs roughly P34,500, while its larger sibling, the P10+ costs roughly P42,500.
3) The new Nokia 3310
This is arguably the most hyped up launch in recent memory, but who wouldn't be excited about a revamp of our good old favorite phone from 17 years ago?
Now the new 3310 won't really qualify as your daily driver, but it still retains those solid features that made the original model one of the top devices during its time.
4) Moto G5
Like most of its competitors, Lenovo launched two smartphones: the Moto G5 and the G5 Plus.
These pair of smartphones have the usual sleek design, a 13-MP camera and rapid charging features. And while it promises an all-day battery life, what makes it interesting is that Lenovo is reportedly planning to incorporate the Amazon Alexa voice assistant to these phones.
5) Blackberry keypad
Last but absolutely not the least, another familiar brand makes a comeback. This time around, the returning Blackberry introduces us to their KEYone smartphone.
Just like its predecessors, the KEYone won't be a Blackberry without a qwerty keypad. This brings back all those nostalgic memories of typing stuff physically.