Veteran chip maker Intel may have been slow to enter the mobile device market, losing significant ground to its rival Qualcomm, but in recent years the firm's been radically increasing its focus on smartphones and tablets.
As a result tech fans across the world are left wondering what Intel has planned for 2015, which many have already dubbed "the year of the wearable".
Intel has been a key player driving the Internet of Things movement, via initiatives like Edison and its latest Curie chip, and is expected to take a similarly leading role in the wearables revolution.
Intel's made a lot of noise about its wearables plans and at MWC this year we expect to see a sweep of announcements making good on the firm's promises.
While we're not sure on the specific details, considering the low power and small size of Curie, we could see everything from smart rings, bags, pendants, to smart glasses.
Last year Intel's major announcement was the launch of its Merrifield and Moorefield Atom processors. While awesome at the time, the processors didn't have the biggest impact on the mobile market.
With ARM having upped the game unveiling of its Cortex-A72 chip, we expect Intel to unveil its own stack of Atom mobile processor upgrades at MWC. Specifically we're hoping to see the fabled upgrade to Cherrytrail from Baytrail.
UPDATE: Intel has just disclosed new Atom x3, x5 and x7 processors aimed at smartphones and tablets. The branding has been chosen to mirror the Core i3, i5 and i7 segmentation already used in its high performance range of processors. Check back for more details during MWC next week.
As we found out during the V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit, Intel's all about getting rid of wires, so we expect Intel to demo, or reveal fresh details about the wireless charging technology it's been talking about for oh so many years.
Keep your eyes on V3 next week as we reveal what Intel shows off at the event.
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