LG G8 ThinQ and 5G V50 ThinQ
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G8 ThinQ will also offer some gesture control. Thanks to the irritation from LG, we know the phone will have some way to interact with it without actually touching the device. Details are scarce, but this hands-free operation will surely take a lot of time for the stage. LG also annoys the G8 ThinQ "Crystal Sound OLED" display, the same technology we've seen on Sony TVs. The technology vibrates the screen to produce sound, a process that LG claims to improve sound quality with greater volume and clarity.
Like many other companies, LG will also show a 5G phone in Spain. Based on early disclosures, we know that the V50 ThinQ is probably the first 5G model of the company and looks similar to its predecessor (V40). But that's all we know about him at this point, except that Sprint obviously plans to sell it to the United States. With 5G hanging over all MWCs this year, the full details of the V50 ThinQ have to be revealed as a key part of LG's press conference on Sunday.
All Sony phones
<img alt = "Sony Xperia 10" = "Sony Xperia 10" data-credit = "WinFuture" data-local-id = "local-2-1382140-1550607354039" id = "d3e7e2fc-359a-4491-8e54-565c4f3a1b1f" data-original-url = "https://s.yimg.com/os/creatr-uploaded -images / 2019-02 / 250140b0-3483-11e9-9cff- ddc9d8f17c3b "data-title =" Sony Xperia 10 "src =" https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims?crop=1600%2C978%2C0 Sony may be a bit reserved when it comes to big MWC News, but this year can be very different.Publics show that the company literally works Something bigger: a few phones with 21: 9 displays. Of course, that means the device – probably the 5.9-inch Xperia 10 and the 6.5-inch 10 Plus – will be much higher in your hand as a compromise on what we expect to improve cinematic experience for all your movies and TV. shows. While news on the display may be exciting, if you want to transmit Netflix on the go, it sounds like these phones will also have middle class specifications. In particular, the smaller Xperia 10 will run on the Snapdragon 630 while the older one will be powered by the Snapdragon 660.
We cross our fingers for news for a premium device from Sony next week. If this happens, it's likely the 6-inch triple XZ4 camera. Come on, Sony, do not miss us.
Microsoft and HoloLens 2
<img alt = "HoloLens" data-caption = "HoloLens" data-credit = "Engadget" local-id = "local-3-6298703-1550607457919" data-media-id = "941e7ff9-8402-4014-b9f3-3935fd7f091e" data-original-url = "https: // s.yimg.com / os / creatr -uploaded-images / 2019-02 / 62526d40-3483-11e9-ad5d-288475a3ad9f "data-title =" HoloLens "src =" https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims? vintage = 1352% 2C890% 2C0 % 2C0 and quality = 85 & format JPG = & resize = 1 600% 2C1053 & image_uri = HTTPS% 3A% 2F% 2Fs.yimg.com% 2Fos% 2Fcreatr-uploaded images% 2F2019-02% 2F62526d40-3483-11e9-ad5d When the invitations went out for a Microsoft MWC event, it surprised many people, the company might not be in the smartphone game, but its products are still will play a big role in the News for the next week will likely revolve around a new HoloLens handset that will be launched. Thanks to the invitation to the event and the teaser by HoloLens creator Alex Kipman it is likely that Microsoft will focus on the increased reality in Barcelona.
more details about the so-called HoloLens 2 headphones. However, a source familiar with the matter told Engadget that the device will be powered by the Qualcomm XR1 platform. It is believed that this technology provides "high quality" AR and VR experiences with the promise of targeted audio, 3D elements and 4K video at 60 frames per second.
<img alt = "Huawei foldable phone" data-caption = "Huawei foldable phone" data-credit = "Huawei" "data-local-id =" local-6-5902863-1550607760222 "data-media-id =" bfd30951-6a2c-4112-9916-f6a53a692956 "data-original-url =" https://s.yimg.com/ os / creatr-uploaded-images / 2019-02 / 1743fd90-3484-11e9-b6fe-18a242a5ce4e "-title =" Huawei foldable phone "src =" https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims?crop=1600 The Motorola may not be ready to discuss its folding phone, but other companies certainly have their own business. Do you know what the Samsung device looks like, at least in its current form, and LG has plans to make its own with avaem phone. At this stage it is unclear whether LG will reveal something at MWC or display device. Xiaomi also annoyed collapsible construction while back, and its folding edges make it one of the most unique elements that we've seen so far. But again there is no clear indication that we will see it on stage next week
Chinese Oppo is also not shy about its folding plans for phones, but has gone so far as to promise to be revealed from the beginning of 2019. We have come to this time and if Oppo wants to make some noise in Barcelona, the official announcement of a folding phone will certainly do that. The only foldable phone we're sure to see during the show is from Huawei, and that's because the company wanted to launch the hype machine by plastering the device throughout the call to its event. However, this is all we know about this: it will most likely be exposed to the MWC.
Nokia's nine rear cameras
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The best of the rest
<img alt = "HTC Exodus" data-caption = "HTC Exodus" data-credit = "HTC" "data-local-id =" local-5-1900564-1550607678842 "data-media-id =" 6a41b7a6-d078-4b62-a50d-b8def422aaed "data-original-url =" https://s.yimg.com / os / creatr-uploaded-images / 2019-02 / e68cfb70-3483-11e9-a91f-21814f2a2807 "data-title =" HTC Exodus "src =" https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims?crop= 1600% 2C05% 2C0% 2C0 & quality = 85 & format = jpg & resize 1600% 2C1000 & image_uri = https% 3A% 2F% 2Fs.yimg.com% 2Fos% 2Fcreatr-uploaded MWC 5G talks a generation that is becoming a reality, a phone maker that will probably focus more on 5G of new handsets, as ATO 6T debuted late last year Hain is on board for HTC, as the company is prepared to talk to your phone Exodus. We hope that this means that we will be able to see a person personally. Motorola has already tilted its hand to the new G7 range, but the company can discuss MWC's RAZR-inspired mobile phone.
Huawei has been taking full care of security, accusations and legal issues over the past few months. Even after he was officially charged with violating sanctions, frauds and theft of business secrets in the US, the company has not slowed down on news and new products. In addition to the folding phone that is included next week, we know that Huawei will also discuss 5G. It is unclear whether this foldable phone will be its first 5G phone, but we will certainly understand soon enough. We know that the next correct line of Huawei, the P30 series, will not make a debut at the MWC. Instead, the company will unveil this news in Paris on March 26th. But since it is about almost every major event, there will certainly be many more messages that have not yet been destroyed by leaks or reports. It can be odd. In fact, it will probably be very strange at some point. When you mix tapas, Spanish wine and a technological trade show, everything can happen. WinFuture (Sony Xperia); Engadget (HoloLens); Huawei (Hua MWC Invitation); Evan Blass / evleaks (Nokia 9); HTC (HTC Exodus)