Older fails in the history of Mobile World Congress

The biggest fails in the history of Mobile World Congress


Now that the Mobile World Congress 2015 has come to an end, we review the major fails in the history of this event.

This week Mobile World Congress ended . One year, companies moved to the Catalan capital to present to the world its innovations in the field of telephony. Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG … no this event was lost and unnoticed these days.

But all the news presented by these big companies, every year are advertisements only have their time at Mobile World Congress and then haps! disappear without. Examples include 3D technology in 2011 or the courier Joyn submitted by operators to fight WhatsApp.

Today, just with the Mobile World Congress 2015 just ended, we review the major fails of the recent history of the event this year’s biggest phone.

LG Optimus 3D and 3D displays on smartphones

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LG came in 2011 with two major innovations: the dual-core processors (LG Optimus 2X) and 3D ( LG Optimus screens for smartphones 3D ). The first trend settled over the months into a standard; the second one, we went frog. The 3D did not quite take off or smartphones or living room screens. Today nobody talks about 3D, or appear to do so in a while

Joyn, rival WhatsApp that even off

 Joyn

With the growth of WhatsApp and other messaging services (which were stealing profits to major telcos in the world), several companies have partnered to launch Joyn , a messaging system that come preinstalled on all mobile devices across brands and intended to compete with WhatsApp, Telegram, BBM and the like. The problem is that Joyn never took off. He appeared, was, but never managed relevance beyond that Mobile World Congress

Ultrapixel, technology never triumphed

 HTC-One-M8-Back-ground

HTC introduced the HTC One (M7) towards the Mobile World Congress 2013 (actually the event was a few days before of the fair). Beside him, the Ultrapixel technology in its camera, which ensured a greater amount of light in photographs and better results. The problem is that that extra light was not enough to sacrifice Resolution to just 4 megapixels. A failure.

Firefox OS, fox got lost in the woods forever

 Firefox OS $  25

Mozilla, along with other companies such as Telefónica and ZTE, presented Firefox OS, a new operating system based on HTML5 that sought to compete with iOS, Android and company. Several years later, the system remains stalled , and seems to be very close to its death-at least in the mobile market -.

MeeGo, Nokia’s bastard

N9

Intel and Nokia MeeGo presented together, A mobile operating system than the legendary Nokia N9 . Mobile just launched and the system was overshadowed for Nokia, who pushed hard by Windows Phone months later.

Xperia Play, or why more is not always better

Xperia Play

Sony introduced the Xperia Play back in 2011, a smartphone that combined the best of PSP with Android smartphones or rather, what intentaba-. The result came Frog: neither matched the experience of a PSP, or offer too remarkable as smartphone experience

BlackBerry Playbook. Chronicle of a Death Foretold

 Playbook

The entry of BlackBerry in the world of tablets came with the PlayBook, a device which attracted many eyes but, as recent releases of the company, finally ended in failure . Lack of apps, marketing problems and poor product management led him directly to death

Kodak IM5:. A telephone catastrophe

 Kodak IM5 07

Want to know one of the worst smartphones we’ve tested in Hypertext? That’s the Kodak IM5 , a device that my colleague Javier Lacort had opportunity to test This latest edition of the Mobile World Congress. It is summed up in one word. disastrous







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Older fails in the history of Mobile World Congress
Source: english  
March 8, 2015


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