The Mobile World congress or MWC is starting this end of February. With that, fans can expect a lot of things from different tech companies at the said event. If you're interested in mobile technology, here's what you can expect from this year's MWC.
Samsung To Launch And Tease Different Products
Android Central noted that Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Tab S3 on February 26. It was said that the company will be bringing in the much-needed upgrades to the tablet including a faster processor and a bigger RAM. So far, this is the only Samsung device that's confirmed for the MWC launch, although there are also rumors about teasers and glimpses that the company could be offering at the said event.
Rumor has it that even though the company has assured everyone that the Galaxy S8 won't be at the MWC, the new flagship phone's teaser will be revealed. Moreover, there are also talks about Samsung's plans to show-off its foldable phone prototype to different companies so as to entice them and to pitch its new display technologies.
Huawei To Reveal New Flagship Phones
Huawei could be making use of the MWC event to launch the Huawei P10 and the Huawei P10 Plus. Details about the phones have been leaked many times and it was mentioned that the phones will be offered in 4GB and 6 GB RAM variants. GSM Arena revealed the speculated prices of the 2017 Huawei phones saying that the Huawei P10 could come with a minimum price of $508 (converted) while the Huawei P10 Plus could start with a price of $726.
LG And Motorola To Reveal Their New G- Phones
The LG G6 and Moto G5 are both expected at the MWC event this year. Reports suggest that the flagship phone LG G6 will be waterproof and uber-safe from overheating. Rumor has it that this phone will also sport a dual camera. Lenovo's Motorola product Moto G5 on the other hand is rumored to sport a Snapdragon 625 processor, but apart from this, there really isn't a lot of things said about the new Moto phone. Fans just need to wait for Lenovo's February 26 event to get more details.