The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) recently wrapped up in Las Vegas. This event witnessed the introduction of many new and exciting innovations. The technology world is now gearing up for another important event, Mobile World Congress (MWC). This event is scheduled to take place next month in Barcelona, Spain between February 26 and March 1. Each year, big companies including Samsung, Sony, LG and others, unveil newer smartphones during the event. This year is expected to be no less. As put together by Hindustan Times, following given are the top things expected from each of the companies at MWC next year.
Samsung has confirmed that they will be holding the “Unpacked” event to take the wraps off their Galaxy S9 series of smartphones. This is expected to be an incremental upgrade over its predecessor. The handset is speculated to be powered by the Exynos 9810 chipset and feature a facial recognition software and dual 12-megapixel rear cameras.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has been rumoured to be planning on launching its Mi Mix successor. The bezel-less handset will be called Mi Mix 2S and will pack an all-glass body. Many reports suggested that the smartphone might be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip. However, this information has not been confirmed as yet.
The Finnish technology giant won’t introduce one but over four handsets at MWC next month. The list includes Nokia 6 (2018 variant), Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 10 and a revamped Nokia 3310 (4G variant). “Just recently a new Nokia phone, dubbed as Nokia 7 Plus, was spotted on a benchmarking website. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm’s 660 chipsets, indicating it could be a mid-range focused smartphone,” notes Hindustan Times.
LG might end up unveiling its G7 smartphone at MWC, 2018 event. The firm usually introduces multiple devices at the event.