iPad Air named top tablet, HTC One top smartphone at Mobile World Congress

HTC One Stock AndroidMobile World Congress has been taking place in Barcelona for the past few days, and the iPad Air has walked away as the top tablet for the year. The sleek HTC One was named the best smartphone, making it even more exciting to see what the Taiwanese company can deliver with its next-generation handset. Ahead is the official statement for the iPad Air

The official description of the iPad Air follows… 

Precision-engineered to weigh just one pound, iPad Air is 20 percent thinner and 28 percent lighter than the fourth generation iPad, and with a 43 percent narrower bezel the borders of iPad Air are dramatically thinner. iPad Air’s Retina display makes web pages, text, images and video look incredibly sharp and realistic, and the new power-efficient A7 chip allows the battery to be even smaller, helping reduce the overall volume by 24 percent from the previous generation while doubling its performance and maintaining its up to 10-hour battery life.

The lengthy description for the HTC One:

The HTC One redefines the smartphone experience, packing in a host of already acclaimed features. HTC BlinkFeed provides you with the latest news and social content direct to your home screen, a photo gallery that comes to life through HTC Zoe technology, and dual frontal stereo speakers. Its sophisticated design and precision detailing sets it apart from the rest of the smartphones available today. The HTC One combines stunning award-winning design with beautiful, intuitive and simple-to-use software. The processor is powerful, the screen is sharp and the speakers loud, crisp, and clear, thanks to HTC BoomSound. Complemented by an innovative UltraPixel camera that defies megapixel mythology, the HTC One was assuredly the best smartphone of 2013.

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