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Mobile World Congress

Updated 4:38 AM ET, Thu March 1, 2012
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The FC PowerTrekk charger converts water into electricity to power a mobile. AFP/Getty Images
A wireless in-car phone charger created by Duracell and Powermatt . AFP/Getty Images
A man displays a Sony SmartWatch conected to a Sony mobile phone during a presentation at the Mobile World Congress on February 28 AFP/Getty Images
The Asus padfone, part phone, part tablet, part laptop, this is the Russian doll of the mobile world. ASUS/STUFF/CNN
Fujitsu's speedy quad-core smartphone prototype has a 13.1-megapixel camera on board and is waterproof. FUJITSU/STUFF/CNN
Huawei's MediaPad 10 FHD is a 10-inch tablet boasting super-fast processing speeds. HUAWEI/STUFF/CNN
Samsung smartphones will soon be able to connect with Toyota's In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) system SAMSUNG/STUFF/CNN
The stylus is back! The Samsung Galaxy Note device has reintroduced the tool for more accurate touch screen control. AFP/Getty Images
Samsung's Galaxy Beam features a built-in image projector Dylan Reynolds/CNN
The fastest phone yet? BlackBerry showed off a device that pairs with a Porsche 911 Dylan Reynolds/CNN
Nokia raised eyebrows with its new PureView smartphone, boasting a 41 Megapixel camera. DYLAN REYNOLDS/CNN
Motorola shows off its combined GPS tracking device and MP3 player, which also acts as a workout coach and tracks a user's performance. Dylan Reynolds/CNN
People wander through the Android display area. With no official Apple presence at the Mobile World Congress, Android phones dominate. Dylan Reynolds/CNN
Demonstrators dressed in curious bobble hats staff a Nokia stand at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Dylan Reynolds/CNN
Duracell showcases its Powermat WiCC which can be used to wirelessly charge specially-adapted electronic devices. Dylan Reynolds/CNN
The robot symbol of the Android operating system guards a display at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. DYLAN REYNOLDS/CNN
A hostess holds a LG Optimus Vu, which boasts one of the biggest screens seen on a smartphone. AFP/Getty Images
Taiwanese phone giant HTC launched its new One range, featuring toughened Gorilla glass screens. Mashable
Ford's launched its technology-stuffed B-Max car at the Mobile World Congress to tout its hi-tech credentials. DYLAN REYNOLDS/CNN
Nokia's Lumia 900 mobile phone AFP/Getty Images