Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2022 is here! The world’s key mobile tech show taking place in Barcelona this week, the first time a major tech show has been fully held in Europe since before you know what.
The best thing about the show is that we get lots of juicy new smartphones and other tech. The worst thing is that we get loads of really boring stuff launching too. So we’re here to cut through the chaff.
We’re in Barcelona covering all the key announcements over the next couple of days and we’ve listed the key announcements for you at the bottom of this page.
While we normally get a few laptops at Mobile World Congress, they’re unusual – however, we are expecting to see a few this year. Huawei has already launched a few computing devices (see below) as well as a new MatePad budget tablet (which, like the company’s smartphones, doesn’t run Google apps) and Samsung has revealed an update to its laptop lineup, too.
Oppo launched its flagship Find X5 Pro just before the show. The Honor Magic 4 is also now with us, too. Plus there have been other announcements from companies like Xiaomi and mobile technology giant Qualcomm.
Some companies decided not to come to MWC 2022 this time around including Lenovo and Sony Mobile. However, most companies we cover are at the show.
We’ll be updating this feature with all the latest stories as they come in.
Our key Mobile World Congress 2022 stories
100W wireless charging? What witchcraft is this?
You won’t need your charger that much…in theory
Also comes in less eye-searing black and blue finishes
Impressive bang for buck potential
The Fisker Ocean will launch in late 2022
Samsung’s brilliant new Book 2 Pro comes in a swanky burgundy colour option
Bringing the fight straight to the Microsoft Surface Pro 8
Big battery and a triple camera system to boot
The C21 Plus and C2 2nd Edition are joined by new earbuds too
Huawei powers on with some impressive new PCs
Oppo’s latest Find X5 series is here, with Hasselblad camera smarts