Mobile World Congress (now run by MWC) is the biggest mobile trade show of the year and Barcelona 2019 is just around the corner.

We can expect a lot of major developments from mobile giants like Samsung, Huawei and OnePlus in the list that runs from February 25th to February 28th.

OnePlus
We should be able to see some excellent impressions from the Chinese phone makers this year. While we haven’t seen the OnePlus 7 until mid-2019, we know the manufacturer is working on a 5G-compatible device, according to CNET Spain’s report.This phone could be revealed at MWC 2019, though it’s too early to know the price. Or release date

In addition to the 5G smartphones, OnePlus is expected to launch its first smart TV at MWC19.The TV is called OnePlus TV, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed plans to enter the smart TV space when Last year He also promised to deliver a smart TV with “Premium design, picture quality and sound experience”

LG
According to South Korean media, the LG G8 will be unveiled at this week’s event.The company confirmed that it will launch the new phone on February 24, but has yet to specify which one it will be.

LG confirmed that the latest phones will have a 4000mAh battery, a Snapdragon 855 chipset, and support 5G, but the phone they refer to is likely the LG V50 ThinQ instead of the G8.

As far as the G8 is concerned, it likely has a 4K LCD and a “vocal screen”, which means headphones may be embedded in the display, a novelty feature if used properly.

Samsung
While Samsung is expected to unveil its flagship S10 at MWC 2019, the company unveiled the phone last week on February 20 at an event in San Francisco alongside its awaited foldable phone. Long awaited

According to early announcements, customers will receive three Galaxy S10 flagship models, all three Galaxy S10 models will consist of the Standard Edition, Plus model and Lightweight Edition, all of these new phones will be released with a single user interface. Running Android Pie

Despite the early detection incident, we can still expect to see other mobile devices from the Korean tech giant at MWC such as the Samsung Galaxy Fit.

Motorola
The Moto G7 has just been announced. The phone has good features for the price.It has a 6.2-inch Full HD + screen with a very nice camera lens for just $ 300 in the US. Everything is fine and good But what we all expect is the Moto Razr.

Over the four years the Razr V3 has sold over 130 million units, becoming the best-selling phone in history. It is no wonder Motorola brings back this popular remake model.

It will be interesting to see how the companies update their phones for their current large displays and critical megapixel projections.

The only downside is the price. According to the Wall Street Journal, the new foldable phone is rumored to cost $ 1,500.

Nokia
Nokia is one of the real disadvantaged in the Android world, but has brought back many fans by shifting the operating system from Windows to Android.

Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 1 and other devices will be unveiled at this week’s event. But the actual use is on the Nokia 9 PureView.

Nokia has been in the 9 PureView for a long time.It is rumored that the phone has 5 rear cameras and a 6-inch OLED display instead of an LCD panel.That means customers will have better color saturation, better brightness and viewing angles.

There’s a lot to expect from Nokia this year, and like last year’s Nokia 8 Sirocco, the Nokia 9 is likely to be a fan favorite.

Microsoft
A surprising addition to the MWC 2019 lineup is Microsoft, which has been absent for the past three years. The tech giant will showcase the updated version of Hololens, Hololens 2 CEO Satya Nadella and HoloLens inventor Alex Kipman will be present at the event.

Earlier, Microsoft confirmed that the upcoming HoloLens will feature a machine learning AI processor and will come with an ARM processor and LTE connectivity, which will make communication easier.

There are also rumors that the new HoloLens may be cheaper, lighter and have a wider viewing angle. All of this might lead to a better product than the previous HoloLens, but this is just a rumor. We will have to wait for the official reveal at this event.

Huawei
We may see the Huawei P30 at MWC, but some reports say the phone will launch in March instead. Regardless, we expect a rather poor specification, as it will be the best among Chinese phone makers.

It’s likely we’ll see the same Kirin 980 chipset used in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro in this device, as Huawei often uses the same chipset in its P-line smartphones as it does with its peers.

Internet of things
The Internet of Things has always been a hot topic at MWC, and this year it won’t be any different. More and more vendors are trying to adopt technology to expand their product line and bring excellent home solutions to their customers. According to a post-event survey last year, 11% of participants released IoT-related technologies that were almost the same as app / mobile services.

seat
The Spanish automaker Seat is set to present a new concept for the car this week, SEAT President Luca de Meo will make the announcement during a press conference on Monday, 25 February.

The concept car will help bring 5G technology to the automotive industry, according to Seat, the launch will show how the technology will enable communication between vehicles, surrounding infrastructure and other vehicles. It will be the first big leap in driving automation with the help of 5G infrastructure.

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