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Which MWC 2017 phone announcement are you most excited for? [Poll]


This is it. We are now on the verge of Mobile World Congress. This means that we will see companies from all over the world meet in Barcelona to announce their latest and greatest mobile devices. While it is rumored that Samsung will only be giving us a sneak peak of the S8 at the show, we are expecting a bunch of other handsets to be shown off. So, which phone are you most excited to see announced at MWC?

As of now, we know for sure that LG will be unveiling the G6 and that TCL will fully unveil the BlackBerry”Mercury.” So much information about the G6 has already leaked that I’m surprised that LG is still trying to keep it under wraps. As far as the phone referred to as the “Mercury,” we already got our hands on the device back at CES. All we don’t know about the phone is its actual name, its confirmed specs, and when it will be released.

All other phone specific announcements are mere assumptions based on leaks that we’ve seen that align with the press conferences that we know these companies are hosting. These include the announcements for the Moto G5 and G5 Plus, a new Sony Xperia X (not the fake render that we saw the other day), the Huawei P10, and a rumored Nokia phone running Android.

So, based on what we know about all of these phones thanks to rumors and leaks, which one are you most excited about? Answer the poll below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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