We already know a good deal of what to expect at MWC 2014, and here’s where we bring it altogether. Let’s look at the biggest news we expect to come out of Barcelona starting February 24.
The first Tizen smartphone will launch in the first months of 2014, and there’s a good chance we’ll see it at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, at the end of February.
A team of over 200 engineers worked almost non-stop from February 3rd to February 25th (the opening day of MWC), to create a fully featured phone based on Tegra 4i to be showcased at the show.
ZTE has apparently confirmed that it will launch multiple Grand Memo versions, with one of them packing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 flagship processor.
Aaand it’s over. Too soon, too uneventful, but what can you do? After all, it’s not like we expected MWC 2013 to blow our socks off.
Sony and HTC might have brought their early 2013 big guns into play already, but Samsung is still in the “wait and see” phase of this year’s marketing strategy.
With one foot on the plane home, our own Joshua Vergara is putting his finishing touches on the most epic MWC 2013 coverage on the web with a hands-on video preview of the LG Optimus F5.
We’re just about ready to wrap up our epic coverage of what’s definitely been an un-epic MWC 2013, but not before offering you a couple of extra hands-on video previews from Barcelona.
While all eyes are probably on the Galaxy Note 8.0 here at MWC 2013, we haven’t forgotten about Samsung’s latest entry in the rugged smartphone market. Here’s our hands-on preview of the Galaxy Xcover 2.
China Mobile revealed at MWC that it will sell the HTC One as the HTC TD 101 later this year, but that it will also stock the LG Optimus Vu 2 Plus, another TD-LTE handset.