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Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Gear Fit

Samsung Gear 2

Samsung wearables

Updated features

Galaxy S5 camera

Galaxy S5 display

S5's improved battery

Faster Wi-Fi

Fingerprint sensor

Mobile payments

Kids Mode

Samsung Gear 2

Samsung Gear 2

Samsung Gear Fit

Samsung Gear Fit

Samsung Gear Fit

Samsung wearables

S Health app

Samsung sound

Samsung Galaxy Gifts

Few surprises

The Korean electronics giant shows off its latest gadgets during a press conference at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, Spain, including the much anticipated Galaxy S5.
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CNET reporters and others at the event before it starts.
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CNET mobile editor Jessica Dolcourt at the Unpacked event.
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The event started with a performance of the Barcelona Opera House Chamber Orchestra.
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David Park of Samsung's marketing team took the stage to open the Unpacked event.
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JK Shin, Samsung's co-CEO and head of mobile, is onstage. He's talking about Samsung's phones and tablets.
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And, as expected, Shin announced the Galaxy S5!
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The new phone is water-resistant.
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And it comes in a lot of color options.
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Next up is the Samsung Gear Fit, a wearable personal assistant for those who want to stay fit.
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And the Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch.
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In all Samsung announced three products this year, the S5, the Gear Fit and the Gear 2.
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Samsung VP of European Telecom Operations Jean-Daniel Ayme takes the stage to show off the new features of the S5 and talk about how it fits in our modern lifestyle.
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Ayme shows off the S5's new features, including the much improved camera.
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The great new 5.1-inch full-HD Super AMOLED display.
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The 2,800mAh battery is more powerful than the Galaxy S4.
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Apart from super fast LTE, the S5 now also supports the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard.
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The S5 includes a fingerprint scanner, similar to that of the iPhone 5S.
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The fingerprint scanner also supports mobile payment.
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And a Kids Mode in case you want to lend your phone to your kid to play.
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Now the Gear 2 is being demonstrated.
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With 4GB of memory, the Gear 2 smartwatch is also a standalone music player.
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And now it's the turn of the Gear Fit being demoed.
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The little wearable device has a fancy curved Super AMOLED screen...
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..and a heart rate sensor, great for monitoring your heart rate during a workout.
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Both new wearable device works with smartphones...
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...via the S Health mobile app.
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Samsung now offers a line of premium headphones, too...
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... and the Samsung Galaxy Gifts store.
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The takeaway of the Samsung Unpacked Event is the new Galaxy S5, the Gear 2 and the Gear Fit. There was no surprises.
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