Samsung Electronics' mobile unit hopes to bounce back this year, with expectations running high over its upcoming flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone, featured with a bezel-less and larger display.
Samsung's fiasco with its fire-prone Note 7 has pushed its rival LG to take additional precautions with its new phone, doubling the separation between the battery's positive and negative chambers.
The first day of MWC saw a slew of new phone announcements from BlackBerry, Huawei, LG, Nokia and Sony, including a retro reboot of the Nokia 3310 that first came out in 2000.
Consumer electronics giant Samsung's product showcase is notable for what's missing: a new flagship phone. Instead it showed new Android and Windows tablets after delaying the Galaxy S8 smartphone
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