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Sony Xperia Pro Could Challenge Galaxy S9 at MWC

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All signs are pointing to Sony releasing a new Xperia XZ Pro at Mobile World Congress.

Samsung's Galaxy S9 could be in your hands by mid-March

Details on Samsung's Galaxy S9 are starting to crystallize.  At CES 2018 Samsung's mobile chief DJ Koh confirmed the company's next flagship Android phone will be announced at next month's Mobile World Congress, and now we may know exactly...Show More Summary

Sony shares hands-on video of new Xperia XA2, Xperia XA2 Ultra and Xperia L2 phones

Most of the big smartphone announcements of 2018 are being reserved for Mobile World Congress next month, but earlier this week, Sony broke the mold by unveiling three new phones at CES 2018. These aren't the flagship phones that fans...Show More Summary

Samsung confirms launch of Galaxy S9 at MWC next month, foldable device delayed

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has confirmed it will unveil its Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress next month, verifying reports that emerged in December. It was initially reported that the flagship device would make an early appearance...Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S9 Coming This February at MWC 2018

None other than Samsung’s smartphone chief, DJ Koh, confirmed that the Galaxy S9 will be announced next month at the Mobile World Congress or MWC, which will be held in Barcelona, Spain. The highly anticipated flagship smartphone from...Show More Summary

Chime in: Will Microsoft announce a foldable 'Surface phone' at MWC 2018?

Could we see a Surface phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018? That's unlikely, but many would like it to happen. Microsoft exited the building of mobile development but is the company out completely? Many still hold on to the belief...Show More Summary

Samsung Says the Galaxy S9 Will Debut at MWC

Samsung plans to announce its 2018 flagship handset at next month's Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona. Some had speculated the company would reveal the phone at CES, but JD Koh, president of Samsung's mobile business, confirmed to ZDNet that the Galaxy S9 will arrive in February. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S9 gets February launch

It was apparent for a while now that Samsung will not launch its Galaxy S9 at this year's CES, meaning the next probable date is near the beginning of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which kicks off on Feb 26.  And now we know that this is indeed the case. Show More Summary

LG Pay (LG Wallet) will finally be arriving in the US by June of this year

A new report suggests that LG Pay will officially launch in the US sometime in June, after the LG G7 is introduced at Mobile World Congress 2018. It will be called "LG Wallet" in the US.

Samsung launching Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress

Though it’s the giant of the smartphone world, Samsung has faced challenges over the past two years. The company’s troubles began with the Galaxy Note 7, which faced a total recall after widespread battery issues. The company rebounded with the [...]

Samsung to Announce Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress in February

Previous rumors pointed to a surprise Galaxy S9 unveiling at CES, which is underway now. However, Samsung is on hand not with the hotly anticipated new Galaxy phone, but with TV, smart home devices, and appliances -- lots and lots of appliances. The post Samsung to Announce Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress in February appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Samsung Galaxy S9 to be announced in February

The next version of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is to be announced next month at Mobile World Congress. The word comes from DJ Koh, president of Samsung’s mobile business, speaking at a CES 2018 event. Samsung has used MWC to launch several Galaxy phones including the Samsung S7 Edge in 2016. Show More Summary

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S9 at MWC 2018

The Samsung Galaxy S9 has been popping up in rumors, but we're soon to get a lot more intimate with the device. Samsung has confirmed that they will be unveiling their first flagship phone of 2018 at Mobile World Congress in Februar...

Samsung will debut 'Galaxy S9' at Mobile World Congress next month

Samsung will be launching its next flagship smartphone in February, the South Korean electronics giant has confirmed, with the expected unveiling of the 'Galaxy S9' and the 'Galaxy S9 Plus taking place at this year's Mobile World Congress.

Alcatel is bringing at least three new smartphones to MWC, but here's a sneak peek

Alcatel is debuting three new devices at CES, but they won't be properly detailed until next month at MWC. Alcatel is bringing at least three new phone lines to Mobile World Congress in February, but it's teasing the products at CESShow More Summary

Alcatel's redesigned low-cost phones get 18:9 TCL screens

Although CES 2018 has almost every electronics company in the world announcing new devices, most phone makers are saving their big reveals for the upcoming Mobile World Congress in February. It's no surprise, then, that Alcatel didn't have new devices ready to unveil. Show More Summary

Sony's mid-range Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra are still all about the cameras

CES hasn't been much of a smartphone show in recent years, but don't tell Sony that. Rather than save the goods for Mobile World Congress, the company decided to reveal a trio of new Xperias meant to spice up its existing line of mid-range devices before the show officially kicks off.

We could end up seeing the Huawei P11 at Mobile World Congress

Huawei has confirmed that the Huawei P11 will launch in Q1 2018, and there is much speculation that this will take place at Mobile World Congress 2018.

The Best Smartphone For Eight Different Types Of User

You did it. You waited out all the announcements during Mobile World Congress and the deluge of new handsets that debuted in the last few months. But now, after upstarts such as Essential have had a chance to shine and giants like Apple and Samsung are done plying their latest wares, there's a big question worth asking. What's the best phone out right now? More »      

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