The Mobile World Congress has already started.
Here’s is the latest for the Huawei P10
Motorola started its event at 9.00 pm. We expect the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus to be launched at this event. However the maker of the night will be Nokia’s return through the HMD Global.
Huawei P10 features a 4.5G LTE Internet speed. The following are its tantalizing specifications – 5.1 inch screen with 1080p display while the 5.5 inch P10 Plus features a WQHD display. The P10 comes with 4GB Ram in addition to the 64GB internal storage while its bigger bro has a 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The two phones storage is expandable with an external SD Card.
You may have waited for the Samsung Galaxy S8 to be announced at this forum but that’s not what will happen. Samsung will still take the Barcelona stage to make more happy news.
The South Korea based firm announced some days ago that it would hold back the launch of its flagship gadget, perhaps aiming at following a carefully crafted process this time round and gain more public respect after the Note 7 fiasco. The tech giant has promised that it would release into the market high quality smartphones that have top notch security features.
The trusted leak at the moment is that Samsung may make a comeback to the tablet world after having launched the Galaxy Tab S2 two years ago.
Teasers released by the company all point to the possibility of a Galaxy Tab S3 that will feature more powerful hardware offerings.
This is an event that always comes with it some surprises like last years’ when Mark Zuckerberg casually walked through a crowd of Gear VR-sporting journalists.
It has been scheduled to begin at 7 PM CET (6 PM GMT, 1 PM EST, 10 AM PST) and we will be live blogging about it to keep you in the know.
You also have the option of watching it through Samsung’s live stream from any given place.
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7 last year but had to recall about the 3 million phones that had already been sold within two months after emergence of damaging reports. Several transport authorities banned users from travelling with the Note 7 and some buyers instigated law suits against the multi-billion firm whose boss has been in hot soup this month.
Since Samsung is a manufacturer of a number of tech devices from smart TVs to refrigerators, the possibilities of new products are endless. But the Mobile World Congress focuses majorly on wireless devices, thus supporting the likelihood of a tablet launch. Here is a glimpse of the Galaxy S8 that will be launched later this year.