Samsung has dispatched press invitations for a February 23 adventure simply in advance of the Mobile World Congress at Barcelona, the place it will exhibit the newest Tizen units, and discuss about the building of the OS.
The press experience will take position one day earlier than Nokia’s adventure at MWC 2014. The adventure is mentioned to be attended with the aid of main provider companions of Tizen, specifically SK Telecom, Korea Telecom (KT) and LG U+, although NTT DoCoMo may now not be ready to attend the adventure, reports Sam Cellular. This may in section be due to NTT Docomo’s pessimistic outlook for the 2014 launch of Tizen devices.
“Please subscribe to the Tizen Affiliation Board on Sunday, 23 February 2014 for a welcome reception and kick-off to MWC 2014. All over this invite simplest adventure, you will get a unique sneak preview of the latest Tizen gadgets as smartly as a possibility to study about the main milestones that the Tizen mission has hit given that closing 12 months’ experience.
We ask you to reserve time from 3-6 PM CET on 23 February 2014 at Resort ARTS Barcelona the place you will additionally have the probability to hear from and interview Tizen Affiliation Board Participants,” states the press invite.
Cell Evaluation’s Elder Murtazin lately claimed that the South Korean deliberate to launch the so much-predicted Samsung Galaxy S5 at an event in Barcelona on February 23, in advance of MWC 2014. Murtazin additionally claims that the alleged Galaxy S5 will be on hand by using the finish of April and suggests that a new TouchWiz UI is in tow. Quickly after then again, Murtazin claimed Samsung was unsure about the place and when to launch the Galaxy S5.
Nokia, on the different hand, has additionally dispatched press invitations scheduled for a February 24 event at MWC. In complete, six Nokia handsets are anticipated to be published at the adventure, together with a few huge-monitor smartphones, or phablets. These units are particularly ‘Goldfinger’, ‘Moneypenny’, Lumia 1520V, Lumia 1525, Lumia 1820 and Nokia X (additionally recognized as Nokia Normandy).