First, check out the new stuff to be demoed at the event such as the new maxi and mini handsets and quad cores but not only. As it turns out, the juicy part might be on the software side. The World Wide Web Consortium or W3C is working hard on improving the web and enriching the ways we interact with it.
So pop in the MWC`s Hall 2 to find out more about W3C`s baby: the Open Web Platform - the premier platform for application development built on HTML5 and other open standards that promises to radically change mobile, television, advertising, games, publishing, automotive, health care, and other industries which is ... a pretty strong statement. They will be demonstrating HTML5, CSS3, and other open Web technologies at its booth in Hall 2, Stand 2A31.
On the same subject, Android 4.0 or the Ice Cream Sandwich OS will be if not omnipresent and I also hear some rumours of the Android 5.0.
On the tablet front, the game is on. If you were wondering whether to go for a phone or tablet, put your concerns aside because now (well for a while now) you can have both in one or else a " phablet". After Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Note some days ago measuring 5.78 by 3.27 by 0.38 inches, it is LG who follows with its Optimus suit amongst which Optimus Vu. I don`t know about you but the size of my palm has not dramatically increased lately. Anyhow, be prepared to interact or at least inquire about the phablets when you are strolling down the halls. Galaxy Note comes with a stylus-like pen and here I thought that pens are so out.
More coming soon.