As we speak, the second big tech event of the year is going on in Barcelona. The Mobile World Congress is where all the big phone companies (and others) come together to show off everything they didn't feel like showing us at CES. That means new flagships, new gadgets, and lots of tech innovations that the general public won't get to see anytime soon.
If you want to stay up to date with all the news and announcements, but can't be dealing with scrolling through everything on Giz, then we have you covered. Over the course of the next few days we'll be updating this post with all our MWC 2018 content, and since our news ed Tom is on the job in Barcelona we'll have plenty for you to enjoy.
Of course, if you prefer, you can also keep up to date by checking the MWC 2018 tag page, too. We like giving you plenty of options.
Although the Apex isn't intended for sale, it gives us a glimpse of an exciting future phone world that isn’t all about notches and dual rear cameras.
At least it has a headphone jack.
A room with a very wide angle view.
They actually look and feel like proper glasses, and not some attention-seeking headwear.
But it's only a concept right now. *sad face*
Some say Sony's getting serious about phones again, but I'm just sitting here wondering whether that's true or not.
Emojis that can be customised to better represent you are a step in the right direction.
The mobile phone might make the landline feel obsolete, but that doesn't landline are going to lie back and die off without a fight.
Lenovo is showing off its line of new Yoga 730 2-in-1s, which are going to be one of the first systems sporting Alexa’s new PC integration.
What if there was a phone with the good looks of a late model Galaxy S, but with stock Android inside? Well here’s your answer.
The S9 and S9+ have one massive competitor that may just sink them, and it isn't the iPhone. It's the Galaxy S8.
"Was it really you spending £50 on ice cream five minutes ago? Y'alright?"
The X Pro seems like a laptop that’s clever in all the right ways.
The XZ2 feels like a reset.
Cheaper than the iPhone X!
Samsung's just unveiled the brand new Galaxy S9 smartphone, and we got to spend some time with the phone.
Huawei's not got a phone at MWC, but it does have a laptop and some tablets to show off.