We will be at MWC 2013, here’s what we are looking forward to

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Tomorrow just a day before the event officially kicks off in Barcelona, Spain we will be eager to check out some of the latest innovations in the Mobile industry.  Just like last year, the annual event is looking very promising with mostly Android taking the podium with the likes of HTC One, Sony Xperia Z and LG introducing what they have been working on; some already announced theirs ahead of the event but MWC will be a good place to allow the enthusiasts to have a good play time with the devices.

We are bound to see more devices with 1080p display, some phablets, quad-core and 8 core processor smartphones; Samsung will introduce the Note 8.0 and not far behind are more tech and mobile worth checking out from Huawei, NVIDIA and Qualcomm.

LG Optimus G PRO 5.5 inch smartphone will also show up at the show to compete with the likes of the Galaxy Note 2.  Nokia is expected to announce some low end handsets and rumor has it they might announce a tablet device although that is just a rumor for now.  Samsung is not expected to announce the S4 at MWC considering the success of last year’s event they had that did not take place at MWC.

Going forward with Sony’s Xperia Z waterproofing technology, we also expect to see a Sony Xperia Tablet at Sony’s press event on Monday. ZTE are not holding anything back with press invite already out for the ZTE Grand Memo and Mozilla, ZTE are using the word Memo suggesting it would be a phablet to compete with the likes of the LG Optimus Pro and Galaxy Note 2.

Stay tuned for more coverage from us at MWC 2013 on here, YouTube and Twitter feeds.  all at GadgetsBoy and YouTube at 2FreshMedia.

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