Like Energizer's long-lasting bunny, the company's P16K Pro phone promises a battery that will keep going and going.
Its practical use isn't quite clear, but the Haier Asu hides a tiny projector that uses your hand as the screen.
Sure, it looks identical to Apple's phone. But is that such a bad thing?
Western Digital came to Mobile World Congress with a huge, fast and ultra-durable memory card.
Sony's flagship XZ2 packs a heap of exciting camera tech, while the XZ2 Compact brings the power but not the size.
The Apex can also read two fingerprints you scan on-screen.
Samsung is still betting there's a future in the phone-based evolution of computers.
The two affordable phones use simplified Android One software, which has no manufacturer tweaks on board.