Mobile World Congress (27February- 1March 2012)  has a distinct niche for organizing and providing platform to the activities for the wireless world. It is an event in which participants from around the world meet with each other and showcase technologies in the latest phones and tablets from across the globe. This year’s MWC (Mobile World Congress) has big expectation from the Google’s Android OS. Brands like LG, Huawei, HTC, ZTE, Sony, Samsung, Asus, and possibly Lenovo will also exhibit their new range of product and services.

In MWC, within a week LG has released about eight phones including the Optimus 3D Max, Optimus Vu, three L-Style handsets, and the Optimus 4X HD. That last devices on the list to be launched are too very exciting and includes an Nvidia quad-core processor and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Expectations are even too high on quad-core chips which are to come up within many devices. ZTE may release about three Android 4.0 phones, including the Mimosa X, plus an unnamed quad-core handset.  HTC whereas come up with HTC Ville equipped with dual-core chip. Nvidia with quad-core devices and Huawei with quad-core Diamond series of phones are well set for the event. Nokia will also reveal gadgets of its share including the Lumia 610 and Lumia 900. LG may come out with a Windows Phone 7 smartphone called the Miracle, and ZTE has told that it will have its first device with Microsoft’s OS.