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Four Of The Biggest Smartphone Updates To Expect From The Mobile World Congress 2023

The world’s largest and most influential event for the connectivity industry is finally here! Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023 is going to take place in Barcelona, Spain, from February 27 to March 2, and this is when technology, commerce, and community will converge to give people the ultimate experience of what the new age world looks like. In this cover, we will learn about the four big highlights of the MWC that you simply cannot afford to miss. So let’s unfold…


The Hype Around MWC: A Detailed View Of The Event

To cater to the ever-evolving demands of the tech industry, the globally recognized event of the MWC has come back at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona. So, all gadget lovers and tech enthusiasts worldwide are getting excited about it. 

The Mobile World Congress is basically a congress of the most powerful tech experts to manufacturers who assemble to provide solutions to growing opportunities and hurdles faced daily. It is a high-adrenaline global event where the participating companies and innovators discuss the latest technological announcements and address them on this massive platform only to scale up the connectivity experience for service providers and their customer bases all around the world. The majority of the smartphone brands are supposed to be participating in MWC ’23, opting for the debut of some of their most dynamic launches here. We shall now have a look at the surprises awaiting us:


Realme Is Coming Up With The Fastest-Charging Phone

It is time that we make way for the world’s first 240W-charging smartphone. Realme, with its announcement of launching the Realme GT3, has taken the world by storm with a teaser video exhibiting the latest feature of its phone. Claiming to reach its zenith, from 0% to 100%, within only a span of nine minutes. It has the potential to set a benchmark for long-lasting battery life for future smartphones. The design and back LED ring also give it a unique look. Now, to know other details of this device, like pricing and other features, we will have to wait until its launch on February 28.


Concept Phone For OnePlus

Another lucrative innovation to wait for is the display of the brand new OnePlus 11 Concept phone, which is the company’s next concept phone in line after a wait of almost two years. Announced first at the Cloud 11 event, it is not a surprise that it would be an upgrade over the OnePlus 11. As displayed on its official website, the OnePlus Concept has blue pipes all over its back, somewhat similar to the Nothing Phone’s LED lights that can change hue. Also, the phone screen might have a quad-curve display, an upgrade from the basic water drop display. Now to know the rest of its innovative features that will make it stand apart from the rest of the crowd, we would have to wait for its showcase at the MWC. 


Xiaomi’s Unveiling Of A String Of Flagship Phones

The Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has come up with its whole set of new flagship smartphones- Xiaomi 13 Lite, Xiaomi 13, and Xiaomi 13 Pro, intended to be launched at the MWC. It should be noted that these gadgets are already on sale in Chinese markets and, hence, are ready for global release after some decent reviews.

To start with, we have the premium Xiaomi 13, which is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. It also comes with a 67W fast charger. The phone is likely to have a 50-megapixel triple camera on the rear. The Xiaomi Lite 13 could have a 6.55-inch OLED display with 950 nits of peak brightness and a refresh rate hovering around 120 Hz. The device runs on MIUI 13, which is based on Android 12 and has the Snapdragon 710 Gen 1 SoC chipset and a battery of 4500 mAh. We need to stick around for a detailed review post-launch.


The Honor Magic Series

With the brand’s announcement of the Magic Series last month, people are holding their breath for the release of the Magic 5 and Magic V smartphones. The Magic 5 series will have three sets: the Magic 5, Magic 5 Pro, and Magic 5 Prestige. All of them are supposed to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Gen 2 and run Magic UI 7.0 based on Android 13 OS. The Magic 5 is likely to have a 5,000 mAh battery, while the other two are likely to have just 4800 mAh capacity. While some expected specifications from the foldable Honor Magic Vs. are said to be a 7.9-inch OLED internal display with 2272 x 1984 pixels of resolution, The refresh rate being 90Hz, with 800 nits brightness at peak. 


Final Thoughts

Mobile World Congress is meant for world-class business, so such an extravaganza is rumored to have a footfall of over 80,000 visitors, according to the official website. If you are planning a visit, then know that the passes are already available on the official website. Even if we do not plan to hop on the ride, we can definitely enjoy all the glam news and updates of the tech fest online. 


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Ankita Saha
Ankita Saha
Ankita is currently working as a freelance content developer and writer. Also takes interest in Science and Tech, Books, Movies, Literature, Geopolitics.

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