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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.

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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.

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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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When Nokia announced its new Android family at Mobile World Congress on Monday, the Finnish firm confirmed the devices would have their own Nokia marketplace in place of Google Play. If you’re curious what the new “Nokia Store” will be like, you can now download and install it on your own Android smartphone.

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Just as expected, Samsung unveiled its flagship Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress on Monday evening. In addition to fancy new features like a fingerprint scanner and heartbeat sensor, the handset boasts the latest Snapdragon 801 processor, a 1080p Super AMOLED display, and a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera with rich tone HDR, selective focus, and more.

But how does the Galaxy S5 compare to some of its competitors, like the iPhone 5s, the new Sony Xperia Z2, and its cousin, the Galaxy Note 3? We’ve put together a handy comparison chart below that makes it all clear — and may help you choose the best handset for you.

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