With the Mobile World Congress (#MWC2015) right around the corner, I thought it would be a nice pre-cursor to list any exciting news that should be announced like....
Samsung's Galaxy S6 is rumored to be announced during MWC. Rumor has it that it's supposed to be sporting a metal frame like the Note series and have a more square like edge as well. There we're some leaked photos, but there's no assurance that it's correct. So we thought waiting a week might not hurt. Although T-Mobile did hint a small photo of the Galaxy S6 with the curved edge, so there's that as well! Aside from the Edge news, it's rumored that the Galaxy S6 will come in 2 different sizes as well, similar to what Apple did with the Plus initiative. I find that to be a bit redundant as I think the Note 4 with the original size of the Galaxy lines should be enough, but it could be something new that we haven't seen yet.
HTC is also in the realm of Mobile news as they plan on unveiling their new M9 with the boosted sound system. There have been photos glossed all around the internet, but nothing is confirmed. However, if the photos are somewhat true, the new look seems to be a bit shorter than then lengthy m8 of last year, but one constant is the sleek metal body.
Phones may be the main highlight, but wearables are quickly coming into the fold. Over the past years we saw Samsung's Gear watch, Moto 360, and the Pebble Smartwatch. Apple has stated in last years conference that we should be seeing the Apple Watch this year, but I don't suspect we will see it at MWC.
Lastly I wanted to mention LG. These past few years have been very exciting for them as they've released their curve phone as well as their popular LG G3. So what's in store, a G4? Well they recently showcased 4 new mid ranged phones: Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy. These phones range in spec and size so pick and choose carefully.
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