At Mobile World Congress 2013, we expect cool new smartphones, tablets and phablets. Check out some of the most interesting gadgets on tap.
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If there's one company that's done an excellent job of hiding its MWC 2013 plans, it's Nokia. Just because there have been no leaks, however, doesn't mean it isn't going to deliver a potential knock-out punch. Nokia hasn't announced any new flagship smartphones since September, though it rolled out a number of entry-level smartphones for emerging markets in the latter part of 2012. Rumors suggest that Nokia is prepping a new flagship Windows Phone that uses its PureView camera technology. PureView was developed for a Symbian handset last year, and it has yet to make an appearance in Nokia's Windows Phone lineup. That's why people are expecting a Lumia device with PureView on board. The name could be the Lumia PureView EOS. Nokia is pretty consistent in its MWC product announcements. In addition to a single high-end smartphone, it will also likely debut several mid-range and entry-level models for world markets.
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