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If neither of the newly announced devices capture your attention — like the Sony Xperia Z1S, Z1 Compact, the WiFi-only Z Ultra, Galaxy Note Neo, and the list goes on — then it’s time to turn our heads to the rumors that are already building up in anticipation of MWC.

The Galaxy S 5 launch rumors indicate the phone could be on the show floor — just as well as it could be missing MWC — depending on which rumors you believe, and the HTC One+ (One Two, or whatever you want to call the 2014 HTC One follow-up) is expected to make some waves as well.

The Moto X has finally received its wooden backplates, and Nokia’s financial numbers are out, just as the company started sending invitations to an official MWC event. If these topics aren’t enough for you, we can talk about larger iPhone rumors, dual-booting Android with Windows Phone, or you could tell us your wish list for the Galaxy S 5 and HTC One 2014.

All that and whatever else you want to talk about on today’s episode of the Pocketnow Live, airing January 24, 10:00 AM EST (click for your own time zone)! Bring your topics, arguments, or questions!

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Your hosts

Anton D. Nagy, Editor-in-Chief: Follow him on TwitterFacebook, or Google+
Stephen Schenck, Chief News Editor: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+
Taylor Martin, Senior Editor: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+

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