MWC round up: A week in video

It’s lucky we’re the kind of good eggs who’ll spend Friday afternoon making sure you don’t go into the weekend without this essential knowledge. Here’s a round-up of what we spied in sunny Spain.

Sony Ericsson, Samsung and LG engaged in a touchscreen battle for the ages with the Xperia X1, Samsung Soul and LG KF700 all launching their challenges to the Elvis of mobiles – The Apple iPhone.

All three are stepping on Steve Jobs’ Blue Suede Shoes, but will the iPhone get All Shook Up or are the pretenders on a one way trip to Heartbreak Hotel? Click on the links above for first-look videos at each handset.

Nokia upped-the-ante by unleashing the awesome N96 (video) and a new 6210 Navigator handset, with a built in compass for dumb-proof destination-reaching, also made waves.

We had a nice perv at the first phone with a Google platform, The Android, and also at the Wellness Navigator, a phone from DoCoMo which measures your body fat, heart rate and even how stinky your breath is.

Sony Ericsson also dropped a series of new muthas, including two new CyberShot snapper phones and an all-new G series – the pick being the G900 which boasts Wi-Fi and a 5.0 megapixel touchscreen focus camera.

We’ve cobbled together our remaining footage to offer you a quick viewing of the G900, Navigator, the LG KF600 and the LG prototype watch phone, which is definitely one to keep an eye on.

So, now you can impress the ladies at the pub with your cranium of new knowledge. Actually, perhaps that’s not such a flash idea.