The world's largest PC manufacturer, Lenovo, has plans to reveal new smartphones and tablets at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Lenovo's Gavin O'Hara has confirmed that the company will be making its presence felt at MWC, scheduled from 24 February to 27 February 2014.
Lenovo, which recently acquired Motorola Mobility for a whopping $ 2.91 billion, claims to sell smartphones in 26 countries. In fact, just 18 months ago, Lenovo used to sell phones in China.
"As Team Lenovo arrives for this week's Mobile World Congress, we do so riding a huge wave of growth and success in the mobile tech market", Lenovo's Gavin O'Hara added.
The blog post particularly started that Lenovo's presence at MWC 2014, will be its "largest ever".
"Our home for the week is a 785-square-meter space in Barcelona's Fira Gran Via. Our hybrid stand will be divided into 25% public showcase area and 75% private hospitality area where our staff will host customer meetings and do media interviews. We will showcase our full line-up of mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets and multimode PCs. In addition, we will have a theatre area in the stand for live product demos, audience interaction and entertaining".
Lenovo @ MWC 2014: What to expect?
In the past few days, we haven't heard much about Lenovo's plans to reveal something big, unlike other players. May be Lenovo wants to guard its upcoming devices from media?
Of course, we're expecting slew of high-end to mid/low-end handsets and tablets.
After the success of Vibe Z, Lenovo might come up with a sequel at the MWC 2014. Beyond high-end smartphones, Lenovo might plan to announce next-generation Yoga tablet range.