Mobile World Congress: Nokia Press Event

Nokia 2012 Mobile World Congress Event

Nokia will be holding a Press Event on Monday, February 27, 2012, the first day of Mobile World Congress. The event is scheduled for 9:30am local time (that's 2:30am EST) and we are expecting Windows Phones to be on the agenda.  Look for more details on the Lumia 610 and 900 to be discussed and maybe even some of the other rumored Lumia numbers (719 maybe?).

If you're awake and would like to watch in, Nokia will have a live stream of the event that you can catch here.

If you're not able to watch the live stream, have no fear.  Our Dan Rubino will be in attendance taking notes and we will have all the details up on the site as quick as we can.



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gibbyhome says:

My alarm is set for 2:20 that gives me 10 min
I hope we get some positive news other than what has happened on day 0

paravion says:

Pretty much all has leaked already; don't expect any surprises. Two WP7 devces, new Sympian camera phone, new Asha phone. That's it. 
All other WP7 phones will be announced this Fall when Apollo is released. Then the excitement begins. 

Dave Blake says:

Wish I didn't have work tomorrow I would stay up and watch. I'm sure Daniel will have all the new up in the morning I'll have some good reading for my morning coffee time

threed61 says:

This is one of the rare advantages of working nights.

Can we watch it on tv?

justop26 says:

Tomorrow is my first day of classes of this semester. Although my first class is at 1:00 p.m.... Decisions, decisions.

argenys says:

My first class is tomorrow as well. But mine starts @ 8AM. I actually debated whether I should wake up to watch it and then try to sleep before class again. Came to the decision that first day of class is too important to take the risk.

lippidp says:

Don't be an idiot!


Relief says:

Ehm it saids 8.30 CET. That will be 8.30 in Barca right?

wetworker says:

I'm thinking tablets. At least I hope so.
Thank goodness I'm on the afternoon shift.