(Noteworthy) Devices:

  • ZTE Light 2: Tablet, 7" PixelQi WSVGA screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz single core QSD825*, 512MB Ram, 4GB integrated memory, µSDHC, running Android 2.2 (Froyo), integrated 3G, 2 cameras: PixelQi (ZTE sounds like higher quantities than NotionInk ships (at least compared to what they shipped up to now))
  • HTC Flyer: Tablet, 7" WSVGA screen with stylus support (piezoelectric touchscreen?), Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.5GHz QSD8255, 1GB Ram,  32GB internal memory, µSDHC, Android 2.4 (Gingerbread) + Sense, WiFi or 3G + WiFi (no voicecalls, though), 2 cameras: netbooknews.com
  • Fun fact: Samsung won´t release another 7" tablet device, they believe in the 10.1" form factor. Apparently Galaxy Tab did sell below Samsung's expectations.
Besides these it was a rather boring day, not many exciting new devices (ok, HTC released several new smartphones, but all Sense, all single core —> not exiting).

Besides that—and rather related to Nokia´s recent announcement to settle with Microsoft Windows Phone 7 than to this Mobile World Congress - open source groups have been attacking Nokia´s move that leaves MeeGo as a playground for the future, check it out at techeye.net or read the statement in the SHR blog. Nontheless I do hope that there will be some efforts to port MeeGo to devices like the GTA04 refreshed Openmoko Neo FreeRunner. I will certainly try to start to bring this to a cheap EOL device (still above mid level hardware - it's not the Palm Pre) - announcement will be as soon I have got something to show off. Don´t freak out, though.