Nothing Phone 2a at Humane AI Pin, discover the 5 best gadgets that are making news at MWC 2024


The second day of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 ended with innovative and game-changing announcements. With almost every new launch, we see an increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. It’s as if these companies think that if they don’t integrate some AI dimension into their products, they will immediately be thrown into the dustbin of history. Below you will find the 5 best gadgets that made waves at MWC 2024.

Top 5 gadgets at MWC 2024

  1. Humane AI Pin: Humane, an AI startup, introduced its AI pin, which is a wearable device powered by multiple sensors and generative AI. It also comes with smart assistance features and a small camera that interprets visual information. The AI ​​Pin is priced at $699. In particular, it does not have its own stand but two representatives distributed among those of companies linked to the product to carry out demonstrations.
  2. Nothing Phone 2a: Nothing has teased the design of its upcoming Phone 2a which will be launched on March 5, 2024. This smartphone is expected to be an affordable offering from the brand. The design features a dual rear camera unit housed under a pill-shaped camera module. It features LED modules known for Nothing’s unique offering called Glyph Interface.
  3. TCL phones: At the event, TCL launched five affordable phones under its 50 series. Both models TCL 50 XL 5G and TCL 50 XL NXTPAPER 5G will be released in the second quarter. The other three models will be launched later this year. All smartphones will launch under $250 in the United States.
  4. Tecno Dynamique1: Techno has announced its first robot dog, Dynamic1, inspired by the German Shepherd. The dog can be used for smart home entertainment, training and education. It is powered by an AI hypersens fusion system and an Intel RealSense D430 depth camera. It is backed by a 15,000 mAh battery that can run for up to 90 minutes.
  5. Tecno Pocket Go: This is an AR gaming set from Tecno that includes AR glasses and a controller. It is powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 8840HS processor and offers 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 1TB of storage. It is also equipped with a six-axis gyroscope with an AI algorithm that adapts to the user’s movements.

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