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All the world's wireless in one place

Taking place just over a month after CES, Mobile World Congress is a world away from the super-hyped Las Vegas tech confab. Not only does it really take place a world away, in Barcelona, Spain, but also it focuses entirely on mobile and wireless gadgets. And even better, most of the products making their debut at MWC actually go on sale.

It is very exciting to be a wireless fan and at a show so big and to see a staggering number of new devices unveiled. We've rounded up the phones, tablets, smartwatches and accessories already, and now we show a few of the devices that really caught our collective eye. Click through to read for our full take on each device.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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HTC Vive

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HTC One M9

The phone has a 2,840mAh battery, which HTC reckons should be good for a whole day of use.

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LG Watch Urbane and Urbane LTE

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Pebble Time Steel

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Silent Circle Blackphone+ and Blackphone 2

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Yezz Project Ara

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Bluesmart Carry-on

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Lenovo A7000

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BlackBerry Slider and Leap

The mysterious BlackBerry "Slider". Read editors' take
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Microsoft Lumia 640 XL

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