Samsung to have the biggest booth at MWC 2014 - plenty of space to show off the Galaxy S5

Samsung to have the biggest booth at MWC 2014 - plenty of space to show off the Galaxy S5
In an article talking about how Samsung and LG will “clash” at Mobile World Congress 2014 next week, ZDNet Korea mentions that the former has “secured the biggest booth at the event.” Since Samsung is preparing to announce its new Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone at MWC, it’s no wonder that it wanted to have enough space to show off the handset. It’s said that Samsung will also unveil a Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch, plus a new Galaxy Tab 4 series at the trade fair in Barcelona, and these will certainly attract even more people to Samsung’s booth.

Samsung officials told ZDNet that the company plans to show that it can “breakthrough the current limits of the smartphone market and still wow consumers.” Reportedly, JK Shin, Samsung’s co-CEO and head of Mobile Division, will personally present the new Galaxy S5 at MWC.

From what we are hearing, the S5 may have a 5.2-inch Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display, 16MP rear camera, fingerprint recognition, and 3GB of RAM. These are features that can wow users, indeed, but it remains to be seen if they’re all included in the real device.

LG also has new smartphones to show off at MWC 2014, including the 5.9-inch G Pro 2, and the new L Series III (LG L90, LG L70, LG L40). Park Jong Seok, who leads LG’s mobile division, will fly to Barcelona to attend MWC, and maybe to unveil new products, like the rumored LG G2 Mini.

It definitely looks like we’ll have a lot of awesome novelties to see at MWC this year, so we can hardly wait for the event to debut (this will happen on Monday, February 24).

source: ZDNet Korea

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