MWC 2022 live blog: Day 3 begins bringing with it more news, reviews and analysis

We've reached the penultimate day of Mobile World Congress 2022, an annual tech show dedicated to smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other similar gadgets.

The show takes place in Barcelona, and we've got reporters on the ground and also working from afar to bring you all the news, reviews, analyses and features - we've seen a busy few days so far but there's more to come.

We saw lots of product launches on the first day of the event, February 28, and in fact there were a few big press conferences on the day before too. Now we're nearing the end of the show, there's a lot less happening, but that means there's more time to take in the wider trends of the show.

As well as lots of consumer tech launches, MWC is big event for tech business and infrastructure, and our sister-site TechRadar Pro, which focuses on these areas, has their own MWC 2022 live blog here.

This live blog below is for all the big gadget news from the event, and before Day 3 really kicks off, we'll share all the key highlights below, for people who might not have followed along with our earlier blogging.

Read of the Huawei MatePad Paper in blue

(Image credit: Huawei)

The first day had a few launches:

Realme GT 2 Pro in the hand

(Image credit: Future / TechRadar)

Day 2 of MWC 2022 was an incredibly busy one. We saw:


Xiaomi Pocophone





  • Oppo unveiled a 150W fast charging solution and a new 5G hub (we didn't write about these as the former was covered in the Oppo news, so check that out for more information on this).



Mobvoi TicWatch GTH Pro

(Image credit: Mobvoi)

The third day of MWC 2022 was quite quiet compared to the previous day, but we got a few key pieces of coverage up:

And now we're on Day 3, which is actually the fourth day of our coverage, but we counted the Sunday as Day 0 since MWC technically kicks off on the Monday. We're just brewing our morning coffees and waiting for another day of tech.

So what big launches are happening today?

  • Nothing

No, we're not talking about the tech brand, we actually mean that no big launches are scheduled for today.

Why is that? Well, it's because brands like to front-load their announcements at MWC, which lets fans head over to their show floor stand during the week to test out the new gadgets.

That doesn't mean that nothing will happen today - instead, we'll have hands-on reviews, analyses, some leftover pieces of news and other feature articles. So stay tuned for that.

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