Smartphones Rumored For MWC 2017 Launch: LG G6, Nokia Flagship, HTC 11, BlackBerry Mercury: Sony Xperia

The Mobile World Congress 2017 is taking place next month. With that, smartphone fans are already prepping up to see what this year's MWC has to offer. If you're one of the people awaiting the said event, here's a list of some of the smartphones expected for an MWC 2017 launch.

Sony 2017 Smartphone

Right now, the only solid info about Sony's smartphone plans is that the company will be holding a press conference in Barcelona at the MWC event. As per GSM Arena, the exact date for the invite is February 27 at 07:30 GMT. As for the exact Sony Xperia smartphone that the company will be launching, rumor has it that it could be the Sony Xperia successor that has been leaked in the past.

Nokia Android Phones 2017

Nokia has revealed the Nokia 6 this January and rumor has it that a follow-up launch for another smartphone will happen at the MWC event. Take note that the Nokia 6 is a midrange smartphone so fans are still looking forward to seeing a flagship Nokia device. Rumor has it that it will be the Nokia P1 and it will be up for an MWC launch.

LG 2017 Smartphone

LG has also given out invites for the company's MWC press event. As per CNET, LG will hold its press-con this coming February 26 and rumor has it that fans will be seeing the LG G6 at the said event. Right now, some of the leaked LG G6 traits include having a waterproof body and slimmer bezels.

HTC 11 2017

The HTC 11 may also be coming out at MWC 2017. However, HTC may launch it with a different name. Nevertheless, it will be the successor to the impressive HTC 10 so hopefully, it will be just as amazing.

BlackBerry Mercury Smartphone

The BlackBerry Mercury was made official this January. However, the unveiling was just some sort of a soft launch and BlackBerry hasn't given out the specifics about it yet. Needless to say, this phone could also be showcased at the upcoming MWC 2017 event.


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