If you had been anticipating the Mobile World Congress 2020, which took place between February 24-27, chances are, you must’ve also made a mental map of the exciting handsets that could’ve debuted at the annual trade congress. Well, we did, too. Here’s our top three picks…

LG V60 ThinQ 5G

Let’s get this straight: The LG V60 ThinQ 5G is the next big thing in terms of LG flagships. From an impressionable finish that boasts of a Dual Screen extra display with connectivity to next-gen networks, there’s little to complain about, with this model. If you’re been on the lookout for bigger phones, then look no further—with a 6.8 inch OLED 20. 5:9 display and a Dual Screen add-on, the device enables you to do double duty.

Huawei Mate Xs

Based on its external appearance, Huawei Mate Xs is nearly identical to the Huawei Mate X that released last year. Yet, the USP of Mate Xs is an upgrade to the latest Kirin 990 chipset (the original ran the Kirin 980). The brand maintained the introduction of a series of cutting edge features, with the highlight being the 5G connectivity. With an excellent folk display, robust performance and mammoth storage capacity, Huawei Mate Xs is a phone that ticks all the right boxes.

Vivo Apex 2020

The Vivo Apex 2020 makes it to our list for obvious reasons. This is a concept device with neat disruptive features –no physical buttons, notch, hole-punch or even a pop-up selfie camera— make one of its biggest USPs as compared to mainstream devices in the existing market. As per a recent report, Vivo claims its new phone manages 60W, which is big if true.

That aside, there are a string of interesting features like an in-display selfie camera, 5x-7.5x optical telephoto lens. Just for the record, Vivo Apex 2020 concept device is also one of its kind, that features high-magnification continuous optical zoom – with magnifications between 5x zoom to 7.5x zoom.

Despite the device not going to reach the market anytime soon; the Apex 2020 phone likely to entail a 60W Wireless Super FlashCharge technology which will reportedly charge a 2,000mAh battery in 20 minutes.

An 11-year-old schoolboy died in Vietnam after a mobile phone exploded in his hand during his online class on Oct. 14 last week. This is a representational image. JESHOOTS-com / Pixabay

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