Hidden Brains recently made its presence felt in the Mobile World Congress 2013, held at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain. The event witnessed a plethora of launches of new smart (super) phones, slowly wiping the thin line between the desktop PCs and mobile phones. With a number of new mobile devices launched during the event, the reputation of MWC 2013 lived up to the expectations.
The major attraction of MWC 2013 was NFC (Near Field Communication) technology and the series of new mobile releases. The newly launched devices include Nokia Lumia 720 and 520, LG Optimus G Pro, Sony unleashed the Xperia Tablet Z, Asus Padfone 2 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. Also, Samsung created a huge buzz by announcing the unveiling of Galaxy S IV smartphone on March 14th, 2013. No wonder, the event was the center of attraction for all the techies.
The event witnessed a visitor strength of over 72000, including the CEOs of various Fortune 500 companies, from all over the world. We met market leaders at Mobile World Congress 2013 and discussed the aspects of prevailing and forthcoming technologies. We also exchanged views on the Embedded Mobility Solutions and implementation of NFC in our upcoming projects.
The Mobile World Congress is the biggest event, which provide a single platform to the giants of Mobile Industry, Application Developers and Network Providers, to showcase their technical expertise and innovations. The MWC 2013 saw huge enthusiasm from the visitors, which could be seen clearly by the congestion at all the entrances at Fira Gran Via Barcelona.
Hidden Brains participated as Exhibition Visitor – with Mr. Pramod Sinha ( Executive Director – Sales) and Vivek Nair (Business Manager).
In all, this grand event served as an excellent platform for the exchange of ideas, to showcase new innovations in mobile technologies, knowledge sharing and gaining assorted perspectives. We will definitely implement the technological advancements we learned at the event and bring out more and more innovative mobile solutions in the near future.