The MWC 2016 is going to be held next month, and we expect a lot of flagships to be unveiled at the event. The MWC will go on from 22nd-25th February and will be lead by Samsung, HTC, and LG. They are going to give us a peek at their next big budget smartphones, and it will be exciting to see who brings what to the table.

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Samsung is going to release the Galaxy S7 series of smartphones this year, and the launch will happen at the MWC 2016 itself. We are expecting an S7 Edge variant as well, though an S7 Edge+ seems unlikely at the moment.


This South Korean giant will not only unveil new speakers, TVs, Blu-ray players, but also some new smartphones. One of those phones, the LG G5, will be succeeding the LG G4. The G5 will be unveiled on 21st February, the same day as the Galaxy S7 unveiling.


The Taiwanese company is not doing well since a couple of years, and the current flagship HTC One M9 failed to create the magic that was expected from it. That said, HTC is all set to regain its lost reputation with the HTC One M10, that will be unveiled at the MWC. We also expect some wearables from the company and probably more on the Vive VR headset.


Huawei is one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world and constantly threatens its competition with powerful and beautiful phones with affordable price tags. We are expecting the P series of Huawei phones to get some new members at the MWC. The Huawei P9 might be unveiled at the event (21st February), and the rumored features include a crazy 6GB of RAM, a thinner design, and dual rear cameras.


Even though BlackBerry isn’t really in the spotlight, the company refuses to leave the competition. The BlackBerry Priv was the first Android phone from the company, and rumors say that there is a slight possibility of another BlackBerry-Android phone at the MWC 2016.

Which phone are you waiting for? Comment below.


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