Ericsson, Nokia and Sony have already confirmed that they will not participate in this year’s MWC in Barcelona.
This year’s Mobile World Congress will take place from Barcelona in Barcelona June 28th to July 1st, 2021, suffers from his first abandonment and then we will tell you What are the mobile brands that will not be attending this congress.
This year’s MWC suffers its first losses
As our colleagues from XDA-Developers tell us, they have already reached us the first information about the brands that will not participate to the biggest annual mobile phone event, the Mobile World Congress.
We have to remember that MWC 2021 has been postponed from March to June of this year Due to the impact of Covid-19 and the fact that the organization responsible for this event, the GSMA, has already indicated which safety and preventive measures should be carried out to protect all participants among whom before their trip to Barcelona and Barcelona negative PCR test Perform rapid tests every 72 hours.
The first company to announce that it will not be attending this event was Ericssonwho indicated that they are prioritizing the health and well-being of your employees above all, and keep in mind that vaccination programs have not yet been implemented worldwide.
Another brand that has announced that it will not attend MWC 2021 in person, but rather attend the online event, is the Finnish brand NokiaThis means that given the international nature of this fair and the use of vaccines at an early stage, this is the case the safest for your employees, customers and partners.
The Japanese company last announced its withdrawal from the MWC this year Sonywho has stated that it is interested in online events to communicate the news and Your new product announcements.
The GSMA’s answer, of course, was: Respect the decision of the brands that choose not to participate and that is exactly what a virtual platform will create as an alternative “This ensures that everyone can enjoy the unique MWC experience.”.
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