From $25 Smartphones To Devices For The Elderly, This Year’s MWC Has It All

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A first look at the Yezz Andy AZ45 smartphone may not impress you, and perhaps even the second one won’t, but surely a third more detailed inspection will do the trick.

The 2014 Mobile World Congress has something in store for everyone. From oldies, to the poor and to the rich, no one will get left behind this year.

Five of the most unique gadgets are discussed down below:

 

Yezz Andy AZ45 – The Grandparent Phone

A first look at the Yezz Andy AZ45 smartphone may not impress you, and perhaps even the second one won’t, but surely a third more detailed inspection will do the trick.

Ok let’s be frank, no matter how many times you look at the phone it is unlikely to tickle your fancy. So what makes this a cool product?

Well, it's a smartphone for the elderly.

Andy AZ45 has a nice 4.5 inch screen has large tiles so that the oldies can see and use the phone properly. Also, this Android 4.2 phone repeats everything you do with it, and that makes it the perfect product for your grandma or grandpa.

 

Mozilla's $25 Smartphone – Possibly the World's Cheapest Smartphone

 

The first phone caters to people who don't have many years left, and this one by Mozilla will target those who don't have much money left. Yep, the famous browser-maker has decided to enter the smartphone industry and their product will be priced at a rather affordable $25.

 

Huawei's MediaPad X1 – The World's Slimmest 7-Inch Phablet

Chinese company Huawei's MediaPad X1 is a 7-inch LTE Cat4-enabled all-in-one phablet – the slimmest gadget of its kind and size in the combined history of smartphones and tablets. Its super slim frame has a profile of just 7.18mm.

 

Emporia Smart

 

If you live in a bad neighborhood, then the new Emporia Smart might just be the thing you need. This potential life saver has a big SOS button located at the back, which if pressed, sends automatic calls to 911 or any other pre-programmed emergency number.

 

Samsung Galaxy S5

 

Last year's Samsung Galaxy S4 may have tanked a little bit, but its lukewarm performance has caused its successor's value no harm. In fact, people are keener than ever to know what cool features the South Korean manufacturer has packed into the Galaxy S5. For months, tech geeks have gossiped and bickered on rumors regarding the S5. Their wait will soon be over as Samsung is set to unveil the latest model of its flagship smartphone series.

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