The Mobile World Congress is going to be held on 27 February and 2nd March in Barcelona . The MWC
is the platform where the world’s biggest brands descend to Barcelona to announce their latest release , to showcase their latest products such as smartphones , wearable gadgets , tablets and offer a glimpse to the digital future.
Who will be at the MWC -2017
More than 2,200 companies will be present at Mobile World Congress 2017, including some major tech brands such as Google, HTC, Huawei, Intel, LG, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung, Sony and Lenovo.
Not only the mobile companies but also some big car brands such as Mercedes – Benz , Volkswagen , Ford will also exhibit the MWC-2017.
The GSMA expects that more than 101,000 professionals from across the smartphone world and adjacent sectors will attend MWC 2017.
So … What should we expect from this year MWC ?
We have prepared a list of the mobile companies who have already released the teasers of their new handsets and also the companies who won’t be announcing new products at the show .
Sony is expected to unveil 5 new smartphones at the MWC this year including a new flagship with a 5.5-inch 4K display, optimised for VR ( virtual reality ).
LG is expected to launch the G6 for which the company has already put out the teaser. The phone is expected to have a a 5.7 inch 1,440 x 2,880 Quad HD+ panel, with a 18:9 aspect ratio and thin bezel.
Huawei is expected to launch it’s P10 handset. Leaks have suggested that the P10 will include a 5.5in QHD display, Android 7 and a 2.3GHz octa-core processor with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant built in.
HTC – It’s been widely expected that HTC would launch a flagship phone dubbed the HTC 11 at Mobile World Congress. However, the launch of the HTC U Ultra and U Play at CES almost approximately mean that we won’t see another smartphone from the company at MWC.
As usual, Apple won’t be attending MWC. The iPhone maker prefers to hold its own launch events, so don’t expect to see anything sporting the familiar Apple logo at Mobile World Congress.
Source : Mirror