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MWC 2022

Mobile World Congress is traditionally the biggest annual phone and mobile event in tech, but it’s been a more muted affair after the 2020 cancellation due to the pandemic. This year, MWC once again is taking place as an in-person event in Barcelona, and everyone from Oppo, Honor, TCL, and HMD is expected to make announcements at the show.

Samsung’s new Google-based smartwatch software addresses a lot of old annoyances

How to watch Samsung’s Galaxy MWC 2021 virtual event

Samsung is ‘reimagining smartwatches’ at its MWC event on June 28th

Qualcomm is the latest major company to skip MWC’s in-person show this year

Vivo’s Apex 2020 concept has breakthrough cameras and an ultra-curved screen

If it actually exists, that is

Oppo’s Find X2 flagship phone will be announced next week

Honor’s first 5G phone will launch globally without Google’s apps or services

Huawei made a 5G iPad Pro clone with wireless charging

Huawei announces the Mate XS foldable with a more durable display and faster processor

Realme’s X50 Pro has a Snapdragon 865 and 5G for $600

Sony’s new Xperia 1 II adds 5G to its lineup of tall phones

LG V60 ThinQ shown off in leaked press render

The world’s biggest phone show has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns

Intel and Vivo join Sony and Amazon withdrawals from Mobile World Congress due to coronavirus risk

Nvidia is no longer attending Mobile World Congress, citing coronavirus risk

Ericsson pulls out of Mobile World Congress over coronavirus concerns

LG Electronics is withdrawing from Mobile World Congress due to coronavirus

Coronavirus pushes ZTE to cancel its press conference at the year’s largest phone show

MWC 2020 will be missing at least one big company

Vergecast: Mobile World Congress round table

The Punkt MP02 is Android minimalism at its finest

The OnePlus 7 is looking unlikely to have wireless charging

The best phones of MWC 2019

Nokia 9 PureView will be available in the US on March 3rd

Motorola confirms its foldable phone is coming, and it could look like a RAZR

I used a Mercedes-Benz as a Mario Kart controller, and it was amazing

Sony and Xiaomi are partnering with Light for their next multi-camera smartphones