Nokia’s MWC 2013 show will focus on its Lumia range of smartphones, with Nokia-branded tablets (Android or otherwise) a no-show – for now – according to a report.
Alcatel was by far the busiest bee of last month’s CES, but apparently the French OEM is not yet done with product unveilings. It’s therefore time to meet the “Star” of the new One Touch family.
LG has started teasing the new Optimus L series with an “unexpected distinction” last week, but, with MWC still a little ways down the road, we wouldn’t have expected to hear a whole lot about the phones so soon.
And so it starts. The battle for this year’s MWC spotlight, that is. We’re pretty certain Samsung and HTC have different fish to fry, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be plenty of treats in Barcelona from other big names in the industry.
A new day, a new set of Huawei Ascend P2-related leaks. After seeing the upcoming beast wave to the public in a couple of unofficial photos less than 24 hours ago, it’s time for a second date with Mr. Blurrycam.
Even if LG’s style of creating buzz before phone releases doesn’t involve spilling the beans on everything about the devices (like HTC, Sony or Samsung’s M.O.s), the Koreans definitely know how to get us excited.
We’re no CSI agents, but we’re almost certain LG’s teasing a new Optimus L line-up. After all, the first-gen L3, L5 and L7 were all unveiled in February 2012 at MWC, so the timing checks out.
It might have sounded like a bad pun at first or an uninspired hoax, but, believe it or not, the Asus Fonepad could be real.
Huawei has had a very strong CES showing last month, grabbing the headlines with both the Ascend D2 and Ascend Mate, but that doesn’t mean the company’s not holding some aces up its sleeve for February’s MWC as well.
They might still not have the glamour and glitz of the Academy Awards given out in cinema, but GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards have become a major point of interest for tech aficionados across the world.