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MWC 2011 Schedule for Day 1: Monday February 14

February 13, 2022 | Debbie Turner

Here at OSM we’re like kids at Christmas at the moment as we’re on the eve of Mobile World Congress 2011. We’ve already brought you a roundup and preview with a general picture of what we’re expecting to see and we’ve already had a lot of leaked news about particular products before they become official at MWC 2011.

Earlier today we told how the Samsung Galaxy S II phone and Galaxy Tab II tablet had both been pictured at an MWC event, even though the official Samsung invitational event does not take place until later today. We’ve also posted more news and specs on the LG Optimus 3D phone and the LG Optimus Pad, as well as some Viewsonic products.

MWC 2011 officially begins tomorrow February 14 to February 17 and we thought you might like to get a taste of the schedule for Day One. Monday February 14 has a packed schedule of events beginning at 9am local time with ‘App Planet Forum: Making Apps Profitable’ to be held in Hall 5, Aud. 2. The event also kicks off at 10.30am at ADC 3.

Meanwhile the Nokia Developer Day goes on all day as the event title suggests from 9am to 5pm at ADC 2. Some of the afternoon events are ‘Mobile Broadband – An Update on HSPA+ and LTE, beginning at 1pm at the GSMA Seminar Theatre, Hall 7 and there’s a Mobile World Keynote at 4pm and 5pm, taking place at Hall 5, Aud. 1, featuring Steve Ballmer from Microsoft and Dick Costolo of Twitter respectively.

These are just a few events from the first day agenda of MWC 2011 but you can view the whole schedule day-by-day here or see the printable schedule for the whole congress here. You may also be interested in our previous article about an MWC app. To find out more about MWC 2011 in Barcelona check out the official website here. What are you hoping to see most at MWC 2011 and which event are you most-anticipating? Why not send us your comments to let us know.

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