Mobile World Congress left us with a batch of great new phones, but these are the three that made a lasting impression.
Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ have some important changes.
The fingerprint scanner has changed positions, there's a new face unlock feature, but the most important upgrade is to the camera.
It has a variable aperture that adapts to different lighting conditions.
Nokia also launched a new flagship phone that looks a lot like S9s but the Nokia phone that stole the show was a blast from the past, the Nokia 8110 4G got refreshed after nearly two decades.
With a new pin Paint job, a color screen, and a battery that'll hold up for 20 days.
And yes, it still has snake.
The [UNKNOWN] phone has an edge to edge display, a dual fingerprint scanner that's imbedded inside the screen, and a selfie camera that pops up like a piece of toast.
And while this one is still a concept, the future may not be too far off.
In San Francisco I'm Vanessa Hand Orellana cnet.com for CBS news.
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