Bullitt Group, which licenses the Cat mobile phone brand from Caterpillar, has announced its latest flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2016.
The Cat S60 is described as “the world's first smartphone with an integrated thermal camera” and also as “the world's most waterproof smartphone”.
The new G5 smartphone from LG Electronics has a design that includes a slide-out battery and the option to add other modular components.
LG’s G5 runs Android ‘Marshmallow’ 6.0 on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Processor.
Sony Mobile Communications has updated its Xperia brand with three new X-series smartphones: the lower-spec Xperia XA, the Xperia X and the premium Xperia X Performance.
All have an improved camera with ‘Predictive Hybrid Autofocus’, which is capable of tracking moving objects.
Samsung Electronics has revealed its new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge Android smartphones in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2016.
Both are equipped with a ‘Dual Pixel’ camera for faster autofocus, are waterproof (IP68 rating), are equipped with wireless charging technology and have a microSD memory card slot.
The UK Government’s £150 million Mobile Infrastructure Project has only seen 16 masts installed since it launched – despite its original ambition to cover around 600 sites.
Most of the budget remains unspent.