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Evan Blass does it again with images of the LG V60 ThinQ

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Evan is well connected and gets his hands on lots of leaks, the vast majority of which have proven over time to be fairly accurate. This trend continues with a stream of leaked information in the last week showing...

MWC 2020: Overnight, a whole swathe of companies have pulled out, conference may be...

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I'm growing a little tired of writing about companies pulling out of MWC 2020, but it seems that companies are not tired of making the announcements, and in the last 24 hours, a whole bunch of companies have either...

MWC 2020: Sony becomes the latest company to pull out

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Sony has pulled out of the MWC 2020 tradeshow taking place in a couple of weeks, despite assurances from GSMA that the event will go ahead and be safe for exhibitors and attendees. Sony's exit follows LG, ZTE, Ericsson, Nvidia...

MWC 2020: HMD Global and Nokia Corporation pull out of the show

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According to common definitions, a congress is a formal meeting of the representatives of different countries, constituent states, organizations, trade unions, political parties or other groups. Thus, by that definition, if there's no representatives attending, there can be no...

GSMA update on Coronavirus: For now, the show must go on

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Coronavirus has already had an impact on MWC, with a number of exhibitors either cancelling their company's attendance entirely, or significantly reducing who they'll be sending. Airlines have been doing their part to disrupt, cancelling a number of flights...

OPPO to launch the Find X2 at MWC on February 22

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One of the more anticipated phones for the beginning of this year is the OPPO Find X2. The follow up to the highly-successful Find X has had quite a few rumours and leaks lately but until now the...

Reports: Samsung is the latest name to rethink its MWC presence

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The threat from the Coronavirus is real, especially for companies and employees in China. Coronavirus has now killed more people than SARS such is its threat. It is a major concern for anyone travelling at the moment and has...

Realme X50 Pro 5G specs revealed, launching at MWC this month

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Chinese phone maker Realme will be launching some new phones this month at MWC, and the 5G flagship is the one that has people talking - it will be the Realme X50 Pro 5G. The confirmation comes from the company...

MWC: Intel and NTT Docomo are two more pulling out of the international conference

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This afternoon, Intel and NTT have joined the likes of LG, ZTE, Ericsson, Sony, Nvidia, Amazon and TCL in reducing or cancelling their presence at MWC 2020 following the international Coronavirus outbreak. Confirmed by Reuters earlier this afternoon, Japanese mobile...

MWC 2020: Amazon is the next company to withdraw

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The number of companies withdrawing from MWC 2020 is slowly growing, and Amazon is now the latest company to join LG, ZTE, Ericsson and Nvidia in reducing (or outright cancelling) attendance at the show. In a statement emailed to TechCrunch...

MWC 2020: TCL cancels its press conference, but will still be at the show

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Every day there's a new announcement, and overnight TCL has confirmed that it will be scaling back its attendance at MWC 2020 owing to concerns around the Coronavirus internationally. TCL joins ZTE in reducing its attendance at the show, and...

MWC 2020: ZTE issues release, confirms it will still be at MWC but is...

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After earlier reports that ZTE would abandon its press conference at MWC 2020, the company has issued a press release today confirming that it would - mostly - be present at MWC and participating in the conference as normal. Earlier...

TCL looking to enter the “folding” screen market with their sliding screen phone to...

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Phones that transform into smaller devices or convert into tablets are here with devices like the Huawei Mate X, Samsung Fold, Motorola Razr and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip already available in some markets. Apparently TCL was set to show-off...

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