The Mobile World Congress is about to kick off in a couple of days and the point of interest among the majority of Neowin readers is largely Microsoft's keynote, which will take place on Monday, March 2, at 8.30 a.m., Barcelona time (GMT+1). Neowin's own Andy Weir (@gcaweir) will be on-site to cover all Windows 10 excitement live, as it unfolds.
Microsoft is also live-streaming the keynote at its Lumia Conversations website but if you miss it, fret not, we'll be providing full coverage of all the important announcements made as well.
So what should we expect at MWC? Well, with Microsoft having inundated the low-end of the market with wave after wave of cheap Lumias - now including the 435, 530, 532, 535, 630, 635, 636 and 638 (although not all models are sold in every market) - there seems to be very little room for more entry-level devices.
Instead, expect Microsoft to refresh its mid-range offering. One new handset that we're expecting is a replacement for the Lumia 1320 - the gigantic phablet with modest specs and a surprisingly small price tag. A device supposedly identified as the 'Lumia 1330' has been spotted more than once, and given that the 1320 was first announced at the end of 2013, it's certainly due for a refresh.
Despite Microsoft's confirmation of Snapdragon 810-powered flagship Lumia devices coming soon, don't expect to see any of them at the event. Both our sources and other media outlets report high-end devices to arrive later this year with Windows 10 on-board.