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HTC will be holding a press conference on February 19, a week before the Mobile World Congress 2013. The press conference event will take place in New York and will start at 10:00AM EST.


Currently there are rumors going around that the Taiwanese company will announce its HTC M7 device. The smartphone will boast the smallest 1080p screen on the market, and the 4.7" display mind-blowing pixel a pixel density of 468 ppi.


We saw the leaked images of the HTC M7, but yet to be officially confirmed at this point. It's highly likely the M7 to run HTC's latest Sense UI 5.0 on top of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.


Thanks Engadget



Not so good news this morning.  Samsung will not be holding its usual press conference at the start of Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona. After talking to people "familiar with the matter", Pocket-lint can confirm that Samsung won't be holding its usual Unpacked event at the world's largest mobile phone trade show at the end of February, which means Samsung Galaxy S4 launch unlikely.


At last year's Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Galaxy Note 10.1 slates, and Galaxy Beam. Now, the company is expected to officially uncover the Galaxy Note 8.0, but we are not sure why press conferences won't be happening for this device.


Samsung declined to comment when we asked for clarification on its Mobile World Congress 2013 press conference plans.


Source: pocket-lint



Samsung has scheduled its Unpacked 5 launch event for February 24, looks like Samsung Galaxy S5 will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress.


The event starts at 20:00 CET on 24th February 2014 with the doors opening 18:30. Mark the timing in your calendars, as the event can be watched live through Samsung Mobile's YouTube channel.


Two versions of Samsung Galaxy S5 are rumored to be in the works - a 'Prime' model with a 32-bit octa-core Samsung Exynos 5430 processor and a higher resolution display, and a 'Standard' edition powered by a 32-bit quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip.


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