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What to expect from MWC 2010?

What to expect from MWC 2010?
New year, new Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The paradise for mobile media – the place, where almost all companies gather and introduce the devices and services that will bother us throughout the months ahead. This year a slight withdrawal seems to occur, with the largest cell phone manufacturer, Nokia, known to skip showing models at the event itself, and maybe LG will also follow its steps. Still, we expect to see some very interesting stuff there. We’ll be at the show for the fifth consecutive year, so stay tuned for high-quality coverage and our impressions of all the intriguing models that will get introduced.

Some manufacturers have announced (without much details) their latest phones in the week before the MWC 2010. However, we have enough cool stuff to look forward to that’s not yet unveiled, so it will be quite exciting to see these handsets live at the event and have the chance to play with them.


As we already mentioned, Nokia won’t be showcasing phones at the MWC. This however doesn’t mean the company won’t have its own booth somewhere in Barcelona, where the media will be able to check its latest creations. We expect from the Finns to announce their mysterious Cseries, which will probably consist of low- to mid-end phones. Additionally, some rumors point that a successor to the N97, the Nokia N98 might show up. Maybe we’ll finally see a 12MP camera phone too – Nokia N87 Vasco and N8 (these could be one and the same device).

Nokia N98 – News
Nokia N8 – News
Nokia N87 Vasco – News
Nokia Cseries – C3, C5, C6 – News


Samsung proved to be probably the largest manufacturer of touchscreen phones so we expect it to unveil many such models at MWC 2010. It would be quite interesting to see the introduction of the first phone with Super AMOLED display, as well as the debut of the first bada phone. The latter is said to happen a day before the very start of the event, on February 14.

Super AMOLED phone – News
bada phone – News
Samsung Galaxy 2 – News


The other Korean giant has already announced some interesting products in the week before the show. Still, there are some details about them that are still missing. Besides, we might also see some quite impressive devices like the 4.8-inch tablet-phone, the LG GW990, and the device that’s codenamed Apollo, which (according to the rumors) will run Windows Mobile 7 and will be equipped with a 1.3GHz processor and 1GB RAM.

LG Apollo – News
LG GW990 Specifications | News
LG Mini GD880 Specifications | News
LG GT540 Specifications | First Impressions
LG KM570 – News
LG GT350 Specifications | News
LG Cookie Plus GS500 Specifications | News
LG Clubby KM555 Specifications | News
LG GD350 – News


A year ago Motorola was considered a dying manufacturer. Suddenly, the old giant returned to prove it’s alive and well, thanks to its Android phone, which are among the best on the market. We expect to see a few new phones with the same OS at the MWC 2010. We’ll might also see the Motorola SHADOW, which is rumored to be the Nexus Two.

Motorola SHADOW – News
Motorola Sholes Tablet Specifications
Motorola MOTOSPLIT – News
Motorola Opus One Specifications | News
Motorola DEVOUR Specifications | News

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