MWC 2017: What To Expect From The World’s Biggest Mobile Event

MWC is the world's biggest mobile show, and this year it's happening from February 27 to March 2, so we don't need to wait any longer. Many of 2017's most high-end handsets are likely to be revealed over the course of the event and it includes the much awaited Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6; but it's not just phones that we'll see, tablets, smartwatches also foldable phones will likely to be on the show too.

The Samsung Galaxy S8

The Highlight of the event at MWC is usually the launch of Samsung's flagship phone, with this year's model likely to be called the Samsung Galaxy S8. Whenever it does arrive, a lot of us are expecting big things from the Galaxy S8, with speculations of a dual-lens camera, a 4200mAh battery, a powerful Snapdragon 830 or Exynos 8895 chipset, a massive of 6GB of RAM, an iris scanner, an AI assistant and also a curved QHD or 4K screen.

The LG G6

LG is said to ditch the modular design, and will more likely to launch this smartphone at MWC since they didn't do so at CES. LG may surprise us with new features such as wireless charging, splash resistance, an enhanced camera and perhaps even a 4K screen.

The HTC 11

It's been highly expected that HTC would launch a flagship phone dubbed the HTC 11 at MWC 2017. Rumors have it that the phone is expected to sport a 5.5-inch QHD edge-to-edge screen, a metal body, to powered by a Snapdragon 835 chipset, an enhanced camera of 12MP and under the hood is 3700mAh battery. Sony Xperia X2 and XA2. Moreover, the release of the HTC U Ultra and U-Play at CES almost certainly mean that we won't see another device from the company at MWC 2017.

The New Nokia

Nokia already announced the Nokia 6 and rumors of a flagship Nokia 8 handset are doing the rounds online already so we're keeping our fingers crossed for at least two new powerful smartphones bearing the legendary name. We are expecting a lot from Nokia's comeback.


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