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The Nokia 3310 has been the sensation of Mobile World Congress 2017, and its highlight is the classic game of Snake. Being responsible journalists, we rushed to play the new-old game to see if it lives up to its classic name.

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The Sony XZ Premium has the world’s first 4K HDR (2,160 x 3,840, High Dynamic Range) display in a smartphone — it’s the latest and most desirable new tech combo for TVs, and Sony’s crammed it into a phone.

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Tom Warren checks out Lenovo's latest mid-range Yoga laptops and a surprise Windows 2-in-1, the $200 Lenovo Miix 320.

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It's been a while since Samsung has released a new flagship tablet, but this year at Mobile World Congress, it's dropping three of them. The first is the Android-powered Galaxy Tab S3, which follows the Tab S2 from two years ago. Then there are the Galaxy Book 10 and Galaxy Book 12, which run Windows 10.

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Meet Huawei’s latest flagship — the P10. It’s got a 5.1-inch screen, a Kirin 960 processor, dual cameras on the back, and 4GB of RAM. These specs get bumped up for its bigger cousin, the 5.5-inch P10 Plus. It looks and feels great, and comes in new colors, including blue and green.

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The new LG G6 has a super-tall screen, waterproofing, dual cameras, and curved corners. The new Android smartphone is the first time in a long time that LG skipped gimmicks and just made a great phone.

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The first big phone announcement of Mobile World Congress goes to TCL and BlackBerry, with the two companies unveiling the BlackBerry KeyOne in Barcelona. The KeyOne is the final version of the device codenamed “Mercury” that we saw at CES last month, and it’s by far the most interesting and enticing BlackBerry since TCL started licensing the name.

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NASCAR's ratings and attendance numbers have been plummeting for years. In order to fix that, the series went and changed how the races work. The question is, is that going to be enough to make you watch?

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Google's new LG Watch Sport has every sensor and radio you could possibly want — GPS, LTE, heart rate tracking, and more — but the result is a monster smartwatch that won't fit on every wrist.

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Leica cameras are more than just about specs and megapixels. They are about experience and emotion, a feel that you can only get with a Leica. The new M10 embodies this better than any prior Leica camera.
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