MWC 2019 Outside

MWC 2019 City

Huawei Mate X foldable smartphone , featuring a 6.6-inch foldout display and a thickness of only 11 mm

Huawei Mate X Booth

Huawaei's stylus-equipped MediaPad M5 Pro computer, with front and back cameras, quad stereo speakers, and a 10.8-inch 2K display.

SAP car driven into the Fira Barcelona

NTT Docomo

Qualcomm Car

SK Telecom 5G connected vehicle simulation booth

Xiaomi MIX3 5G

The prize for the biggest, brightest '5G' display went to Xiaomi

Microsoft HoloLens 2 is a virtual reality technology designed to be more than a toy

Microsoft HoloLens 2

A line of designer 'smart watches,' including Louis Vuitton and Giorgio Armani, were on display in the Qualcomm booth.

Among the eye-catching gimmicks at Mobile World was an interactive walkway, presented by Qualcomm and including a robotic 'host' who wheels up and tries to engage the unsuspecting in digital dialog.

Samsung is using a new 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display that allows the entire device to have a tablet-sized screen that can be folded to fit into a pocket.

Samsung's S10 5G phone drew substantial traffic at Mobile World. With a 6.7-inch QHD 3040x1140 dynamic AMOLED screen, multiple cameras front and back, and lots of bells and whistles.

P2i is showing off a newly-developed “Dunkable” liquid protection for smartphones.

P2i’s multi-chemistry technology makes it possible for a device to operate normally while submerged, according to the P2i’s chief scientific officer Stephen Coulson

HTC is showing off a 5G mobile hub with a 5G hotspot, an Android hub, and a battery pack in a single device. HTC’s 5G Hub allows up to 20 users on its 5G connectivity.

OnePlus 5G phone, one of the Chinese products, is still encased in a white plastic shroud. Yudun Wang, OnePlus engineer, said that the company is planning to launch in China in the second quarter.

Oppo’s engineer Yingpeng Li, demonstrating a video game on the unit, said its launch date is still “confidential.”

LG’s dual-screen smartphone, unlike more exotic technologies such as flexible displays and complex hinges used by its competitors, LG created a second display as a detachable accessory

LG G8 ThinQ officially introduced at the Mobile World Congress comes with 3D depth-sensing technology inside.