In Pictures: Best new technology from Mobile World Congress 2014

Smartphones, tablets, wearables on display at the show

Samsung fitness Gear The Samsung Gear Fit is an “activity-tracking wristband” that has an appropriately low body-mass index. The 1.84-inch, curved, 432 x 128 Super AMOLED screen shows a modest complement of health data and Galaxy smartphone notifications: basic pedometer data, heart rate information, and alerts for incoming calls, SMS, alarms, email, calendar items and even third-party apps. Built-in sensors include an accelerometer, gyroscope and heart-rate sensor, though Samsung didn’t explain just how the heart sensor actually works. No word on price, but it goes on sale April 11.

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