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Wired for (mobile) sound
Dolby Labs is showcasing the latest handsets to support Dolby HD sound technologies. They include the new Nokia E7 with Dolby Digital Plus discreet 5.1 audio output, as well the new LG Optimus Black smart phone with Dolby Mobile. Other handsets come from HTC, Acer and Fujitsu, while the ZTE Light Tab is the first tablet to feature Dolby Mobile. "There are now more than 80 handsets worldwide that use premium HD Dolby technologies to enhance the mobile entertainment experience," said Dolby's EMEA regional vice-president Andreas Spechtler. "We have made significant progress helping manufacturers and operators change the way that people feel about their entertainment on the go, as they demand a rich, high-definition audio experience."
More than 1,300 companies attracted in excess of 50,000 delegates from 200 countries to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.