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What to expect at the Mobile World Congress 2018

Mobile World Congress at Fira de Barcelona

From February 28 to March 1, 2018, hundreds of mobile companies will come together in Barcelona for the biggest phone show of the year – the Mobile World Congress.

This conference has been running annually since 2012 and has grown throughout the years to what it is now. It has presented opportunities for numerous mobile companies to present new mobile gadgets, applications, and upgrades to the mobile market.

This year, buzz about the new phones coming out from Samsung, Nokia, Xiaomi, Sony, and others have grown as the show dates draw closer. Many are looking forward to what these companies have in store when it comes to the ever trusty and handy smartphones. There are talks of AI technologies, new designs, and more features people could only dream of back in the day.

But those are not the only highlights of this world-class event. The visionary keynotes and panel discussions, over 2,300 product and technology exhibitors, and the Global Mobile Awards programme that recognizes the achievements of these companies throughout the year are also worth anticipating.

Thousands of exhibitors are expected to be at the event to show not only new gadgets but applications and services as well for both B2C and B2B. Among these exhibitors are Sierra Wireless, Commscope, Comtech Communications Corp, New Media Services Pty Ltd, MACOM, Idemia, B.Yond and many more.

With the fast advancement of technology and the rumored innovations to be presented in the conference, who knows what upgrades we will be having in the palm of our hands within the next few years.

Source: wikinews.org


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