The dust has settled on day one of Mobile World Congress, and it's been packed full of product announcements. While most of the world was sleeping Nokia announced a number of phones, the pick of the bunch being the 808 PureView, a study in excess with an unprecedented 41-megapixel camera sensor. After the Nokia unveilings, ZTE took center-stage and announced over eleven new products, including a high-end Android device called the ZTE Era and a Windows Phone, the ZTE Orbit. Samsung made its Galaxy Note 10.1 official, bringing the S-Pen stylus and Android 4.0 to its 10.1-inch tablet, and Asus announced a new convertible tablet, the Transformer Pad Infinity (LTE). Asus has dropped the 'Eee' from the Transformer range and its latest US flagship has LTE connectivity, a 1900 x 1200 IPS display and Qualcomm's new Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5GHz processor.
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