The Mobile World Congress (MWC 2018) is scheduled to take place next month in Barcelona. While HMD Global and Sony have already set their dates to unveil their devices, Samsung has also confirmed that it will unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones at the event. Now reportedly, Huawei and LG will skip the MWC event to announce their flagship smartphones.
ETNews reports that Huawei and LG will not launch any of their smartphones at the MWC event and it cites Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ launch as the reason behind the decision. Previous reports, however, revealed that Huawei will be unveiling its P11 (or P20) smartphone at the tech show. As for Huawei, the announcements of tablets and 2-in-1 notebooks are in line for this year’s MWC, and P11 is likely to have a dedicated launch for European markets in April. Huawei will hold its own event in April to unveil its next flagship smartphone.
LG was earlier said to be launching its LG G7 at the MWC event.Later another report suggested that instead of LG G7 an advanced version of LG V30 will be unveiled. This new version is reported to be powered by artificial intelligence (AI) called the LG V30+ ‘α’.
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