Thanks to an intrepid XDA Developer user, we can see (and even download) some upcoming Galaxy S6 applications. An interesting new design to be sure.
Join us for a look at the history of GSMA’s Mobile World Congress as we review past highlights ahead of this year’s show. How has MWC changed and what will happen this year?
NVIDIA sending out invitations for their press event on March 3rd, claiming to have a device, long in the making, that will change the future of gaming.
Though Xperia E4 might not offer the high end specs to satiate those in need of a new flagship, the curved edges may inadvertently showcase the future.
With CES behind us, it is time to start looking at MWC in March. Here is what we think Samsung will be announcing in Barcelona, plus some thoughts on Tizen.
According to a report that surfaced today, Samsung’s rumored round smartwatch is codenamed ‘Orbis,’ has the model number SM-R720, and will run Samsung’s own Tizen OS.
According to industry sources, LG will unveil its first 4G smartwatch, tentatively named the G Watch R2, at the MWC in February 2015.
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.