-Ladies and gentlemen, the Samsung Galaxy S5.
-Samsung introduced its newest smartphone, the Galaxy S5, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and it's taking its battle with Apple to heart.
The Galaxy S5 not only contains a fingerprint scanner for unlocking the phone, similar to the iPhone 5S, it also features a heart rate monitor on the flash module.
-This is the world's first smartphone equipped with a heart rate sensor.
-The applications go beyond health.
-All it takes is a simple swipe of your finger to make secured payments.
No need to key in your credit card number.
-The S5 will come in four colors with a 16-megapixel camera, a Snapdragon quad-core processor, and a 5.1-inch display.
It's also safe around kids and in the rain.
-Watch your video in the tub, sing along your playlist in the shower,
don't worry about the rain.
-Though Samsung played it safe by not using a curved screen.
-We know that curved screens are definitely in Samsung's plans for the future.
In fact, we've seen it before in the Samsung Galaxy Round.
They want a surefire hit.
They don't want to possibly alienate potential buyers.
-Samsung is using its curved screen technology on its newest wearable gadgets, the Gear Fit, a fitness tracker with a touchscreen heart rate monitor and pedometer.
-You could stay up to date with instant notifications on your Gear Fit as well.
-You can also interact with your Galaxy device, such as rejecting a call, controlling the alarm, and using quick message reply.
And these things are impossible with other fitness bands.
-The move could be a preempted strike against Apple as rumors build that Apple is developing an iWatch centered around health and fitness.
-Samsung is never content to just compete against rivals.
They want to absolutely dominate them.
-Despite disappointing sales of the Galaxy gear, Samsung is doubling down on smartwatches,
introducing the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo with Samsung's own Tizen operating system.
In addition to the camera and microphone, there is an infrared blaster that will let you control your TV through an app.
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In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.