Il punto della situazione dal Mobile World Congress dalla BBC
It seems using a mobile just to make a call is now very old hat, so expect more all-singing all-dancing phones-that-think-they’re-computers. Sony Ericsson jumped the gun last night, with a phone combining a Walkman with an 8.1-megapixel camera, but Samsung may trump that with a phone which shoots video in HD (er, why?). There will be yet more touchscreen iPhone lookalikes – I’m interested in getting a look at Nokia’s N97 and the Palm Pre which I’ve heard are the best efforts yet at knocking Apple from its smartphone perch. Energy efficiency is another theme, with a couple of solar-powered handsets on display. And at long last we may see a second Android phone based on Google’s software platform – T-Mobile’s G1 has had the field to itself so far. At the other end of the complexity spectrum, there is even wild talk of a Lego phone, which must be some kind of retro joke aimed at the yuppies who wielded those “brick” phones in the ’80s.