Nokia might have given CES 2013 a miss, but this does not mean that the Finnish phone manufacturer is on the retreat. No sir, it seems that they have decided to throw their lot behind another event – that is, Mobile World Congress that is happening in Barcelona, Spain, next month. Perhaps the folks over at Nokia have learnt their lessons from history well, having launched the Lumia 900 at CES in 2012, while using Mobile World Congress to cover whatever stuff they felt was not important. Things might not have worked out according to their liking, and this could be why everything seems to be the other way around this year.
We have received a press invite for the MWC event that is kicking off on Monday, this coming Feburary 25 when the clock strikes 9:00am (local time in Barcelona, of course). Needless to say, the Internet is sure to be abuzz with rumors on what Nokia will deliver at the end of next month from now till then.
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