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Nokia’s smartphone business may be in Microsoft’s hands now, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to turn its back on Android. A Nokia X event scheduled for  June 24 suggests the company has a new Android-powered device on the way, just four months after it unveiled the original Nokia X family at Mobile World Congress.


Galaxy Gear owners probably feared that their wearables would never see another software update after Samsung announced a second-generation Gear lineup at Mobile World Congress back in February, just five months after the South Korean’s first smartwatch made its debut. I certainly did — but that won’t be the case.

In fact, the original Galaxy Gear won’t just get a software update; it’s going to get a whole new operating system.


Samsung has released two new promotional videos for the Galaxy S5 today, focusing on the handset’s design and new features. One showcases its much-improved new back panel, slimmer form factor, and larger display; while the other highlights things like the 2,800mAh battery, its 2.5GHz quad-core processor, and its new software features.


Samsung has confirmed the existence of a new Galaxy Tab 4 lineup on its own website ahead of the tablet’s official unveiling. The device, which will be available in 7-, 8-, and 10.1-inch variants, is mentioned in a list of devices compatible with the new Galaxy Gear Fit health tracker.


More than 40+ handsets and devices were unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year from big and small OEMs around the world. However, only a handful of them were the main attraction of the show.

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