A new report, from the New York Times, has suggested that Samsung will bring two mobile phones to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in a couple of weeks time.
According to the news website, the Korean manufacturer will unveil the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S5 at the conference in Barcelona. Although the company has preferred its own dedicated events for its flagship devices in the past, such as the Samsung Galaxy S4, for its next flagship it looks as though it will be joining everyone else.
Samsung is hosting the Unpacked 5 event on the opening day of MWC to release its highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S5. However, there are new suggestions that the company will also bring the Samsung Galaxy Gear upgrade.
The same source gave more details about the upcoming flagship's specifications. According to the insider, it will bring a better camera (reports suggest 16MP) and a higher-performance, potentially 64-bit processor, although it won't sport the eye camera.
Posted by Samantha Green