Photos: 3D screens, nano-tech, WinDroid, wireless charging - must be MWC11

Photos: 3D screens, nano-tech, WinDroid, wireless charging - must be MWC11

Summary: MWC: What weird and wonderful mobile sights caught our eye in Barcelona this year?

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TOPICS: Mobility
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  • And from a smartphone with a widescreen, to a mini-smartphone with just 2.6 inches of screen real estate. The HP Veer, pictured above, may be small - measuring just 54.5mm x 84mm x 15.1mm and weighing a mere 103g - but it still packs a punch, with an 800MHz processor, support for Adobe Flash 10.1 and 8GB of internal storage. The Veer runs HP's webOS 2.0.

    Photo: Natasha Lomas/silicon.com

  • Smooth edges have been sanded to perfection on this smartphone with a real wooden backplate. The Sharp SH-08C Touchwood, pictured above, was on NTT Docomo's stand. The wooden portion of the device is made from trees that have been cut during forest-thinning operations, so the operator touted it as an eco-friendly option.

    Photo: Natasha Lomas/silicon.com

  • From smooth to simple, mobile maker Doro was demonstrating its range of phones for older people, which are designed without lots of bells and whistles, to make calling and texting easy.

    Photo: Natasha Lomas/silicon.com

Topic: Mobility

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