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Mobile World Congress 2014 kicks off on Monday, February 24, and Cult of Android will be live from Barcelona. In addition to regular posts covering all of the announcements, we’ll also be running a live blog throughout the event that will bring you the latest from the show floor.

So not only will you get breaking news and hands-on coverage of the latest products, but also an insight into what it’s really like to attend MWC. Here are some of the things we’re expecting.


If you’re itching to see Nokia unveil its first Android-powered smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, then you’ll be pleased to know you can watch the entire thing live from the comfort of your own home. The Finnish firm has today confirmed that it will be live-streaming the announcement via the Nokia website.


At this point, it is all but confirmed that Nokia is working on an Android powered smartphone, dubbed Normandy. The handset is expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 24th February sporting modest specs.

Now, thanks to @evleaks, the full spec sheet of Nokia Normandy has been revealed.


Windows Phone is over three years old now, but its app catalog still looks pretty slim when compared to rival offerings from Apple and Google. In an effort to plug the gap, Microsoft could allow Windows and Windows Phone users to run Android apps — just like BlackBerry 10 does.


Nokia Normandy, Nokia’s first Android-powered smartphone, has appeared on a Vietnamese retailer’s website ahead of its official debut. The much-anticipated device is expected to show its face for the first time at MWC next month, and it could launch with support for a number of Google services — including the Google Play Store.

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