The largest mobile-oriented trade, known as the Mobile World Congress will take place in and around a months time in Barcelona, Spain. The major smartphone players will be present at the congress, not only revealing new products, but also alerting fans and parties concerned with what’s to come in the future.
So let’s have a look at some of the companies that will show off their trade at the dedicated congress :
Being the biggest manufacturer present at the event, Samsung will reveal this year’s most anticipated flagship lineup : the Galaxy S10 lineup. We’re expecting that the Galaxy S10, as well as the S10+ and the S10 Lite E will be unveiled in San Francisco on the 20th of February, just a couple days before the Medio expo kicks off.
LG will use the MWC as an opportunity to unveil its latest flagship phone – the LG G8. There have been hints that have gone on to suggest that the phone will feature with navigation gestures. While we don’t know much about the phone, it is expected that the G8 ThinQ will feature with a 6.1-inch LCD display, and boast Snapdragon 845.
Huawei is looking to take things to a new level, with “cutting-edge products and solutions” for the 5G era. What this means is that it won’t actually be unreasonable to anticipate the Huawei P30 and the P30 Pro at some stage during the event. While we’re anticipating new phones, what we won’t probably see from the Chinese brand is a new wearable – since the company just released the Huawei Watch GT just a couple of months ago.
The writing is on the wall : it is almost certain that Sony will unveil the Xperia XZ4 during its presser at the MWC 2019. Along with the phone, there could also be a range of mid-range phones that the Japanese company might unveil at some stage during the congress – with talks going on about the Xperia XA3, XA3 Ultra, and L3.