Mobile World Congress is historically the mobile phone industry's biggest event, and Samsung has come to play, launching a full slate.
Samsung just announced the Galaxy S III smartphone, and it has some pretty impressive specs. The phone's screen is 4.8-inches big, and it comes with a "full HD" experience, with 1080p resolution, and a wide-screen 16:9 aspect ratio. It has a quad-core microprocessor, Samsung's own Exynos chip. It has two cameras, a 2 megapixel front-facing camera, and an 8-megapixel rear camera. The phone will run on Google's Android 4.0 operating system, and be 4G LTE compatible.
Samsung also announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, which packs a 1.4Ghz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, HSPA+, Wi-Fi and is Bluetooth 3.1-compatible.
The South-Korean company also announced the world's first-ever "projector phone" late last week which is gathering some interest due to its different feature set.
The Samsung Beam runs on Android 2.3, and has a high-definition video projector built-into the top of the device that allows you to project an HD image as large as 50-inches across. This could definitely be useful in board rooms or business settings, where sales reports and forecasts are often projected so that everyone can see.