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It's been the busiest Mobile World Congress in a long time and we have all the goods, foldable or not, to show for it on this episode of the Weekly!
It's not just a phone with a sliding keyboard. F(x)tec is a privately-funded startup that has ideas to bring back functionality to Android.
The phone maker is partnering with EE UK to encourage developers to make the killer 5G app of their dreams. The winners have much to gain from their pitch.
The big 5G product from TCL coming this year is a USB hub for laptops to gain bonker internet speeds for streaming from anywhere.
The Chinese telecom giant is prodding Samsung and its Galaxy Fold with this new device that folds flat. But the Huawei Mate X doesn't lie flat.
A 14-inch laptop with the ports you want and the battery life you need might be found in the Huawei MateBook 14, coming soon.
A year on, Huawei has decided to tweak the MateBook X Pro just a bit with stronger fans, strong silicon and building upon its strengths.
Alcatel has had six of its budget phones leak out, specs and all. And we're about to learn more from the company about its smartphones at MWC 2019.
Not exactly flagship salivation as with the G8 or V50, but there are three new mid-range Android phones from LG coming to Barcelona next week.
ZTE is trudging its way through to MWC 2019 after an intense year-and-a-half with not much to show for it. Will the Axon 10 Pro get the attention it needs?
The company did think about producing a 5G foldable phone, but considers its appeal to be too limited for the growth that LG desperately needs.
The Xiaomi Mi 9 officially shares a launch date with the Samsung Galaxy S10 and could appear at the company's booth at MWC 2019.
LG, Sony, Nokia, Huwaei, Xiaomi, OnePlus, vivo, Energizer and ZTE will be bringing phones to MWC 2019 that we will be talking about. Here's our rumor trail!
If you'll be attending MWC 2019, you're invited to head over to the Qualcomm booth and see OnePlus's 5G phone prototype... and even game on it!
Much like how the iPhone can sense depth with its selfie camera system to do things like Face ID, LG says its G8 ThinQ can do the same.
Those 21:9 displays we've been peeping at on the Sony Xperia XA3 and XZ4 may have a name to them you'll hear in ads and other marketing.
OnePlus has seeded invitations to an event it will be holding at MWC 2019. But it looks like it will be for professionals looking for a job.
Both the 4G-only LG G8 ThinQ and the LG V50 ThinQ 5G will be announced at MWC 2019, South Korean media has learned. And it will be a pretty penny.
LG loves to tease its phones out to the media well before they are released and it intends to give its 5G trailblazer device the same treatment.
It's thin, seamless, has a big, bright, buzzing display and isn't exactly ready to be sold yet. But we'll get our first hands-on experiences at MWC 2019.
It's more than a booth in Barcelona: it will be the largest splash the Chinese firm will have put down around MWC time. Better be worth it, right?
Motorola could be pulling a 2018 in 2019 with the launch of new Moto G phones before MWC takes place in late February. How soon?
The folding phone, an entirely different device, will be late to arrive as well. And the early part of the year will see a mid-ranger take hold.