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30 Coolest Mobile Hardware Companies: 2019 Mobility 100

We round up the top vendors of smartphones, tablets and highly portable notebooks, along with makers of mobile device components and accessories.

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TCL

Top Executive: Li Dongsheng, CEO

Headquarters: China

Key releases from TCL, the maker of BlackBerry-branded phones, include the BlackBerry KEY2. The biggest differentiator is the inclusion of physical keys, while the keyboard also doubles as a trackpad, which can used for tasks such as swiping to scroll on the display and launching shortcuts to apps.

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Xplore Technologies

Top Executive: Tom Wilkinson, CEO

Headquarters: Austin, Texas

Key offerings from Xplore Technologies include the rugged XBook L10 tablet, which features drop protection (up to six feet) and waterproofing/dustproofing, as well as the ability to view the display in bright conditions thanks to having 500 or 1,000 nits of brightness.

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Zebra Technologies

Top Executive: Anders Gustafsson, CEO

Headquarters: Lincolnshire, Ill.

Zebra Technologies offers mobility products including mobile computers and bar-code scanners for a number of industries. Zebra's ultra-rugged MC9300 Mobile Computer runs Android and enables users to capture bar codes that are as far away as 70 feet.

 
 
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