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Omate TrueSmart smartwatch hands-on and first impressions

We've been watching the Omate TrueSmart rather closely since the Kickstarter launch, and while we managed to see the watch back in January during CES, we got to spend quite a bit more time with it here at Mobile World Congress. In fact, we not only spent some time checking it out, but we walked away with a unit for further review.

Samsung Gear Fit hands-on

Samsung already tipped its hand on the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches, but there's a third wearable for MWC 2014, the Samsung Gear Fit. The first of Samsung's smart wrist-wear to include a curved AMOLED display, the Gear Fit's touchscreen comes in at 1.84-inches and an unusual, scrolling-ticker-like resolution of 432 x 128.

Samsung Galaxy S5 hands-on

We knew the Samsung Galaxy S5 was coming, but in its fifth iteration as flagship of the company's Android range, we weren't quite sure whether the Galaxy range had lost its shine. Having spent some hands-on time with the new phone, we're left quietly confident, however: Samsung has brought over the build quality of the Note 3 and legitimately useful features like WiFi/LTE bonding, a heart rate sensor, and more to refine its now 5.1-inch smartphone.

HTC Desire 816 eyes-on

As had been rumored, HTC appears to be shifting some focus back to the mid-range. Coming out of Mobile World Congress were two smartphone announcements from HTC, both of which are in the Desire series. These include the HTC Desire 816 and the Desire 610. As we mentioned in the announcement post, the Desire 816 has a decent (read: mid-range) set of overall features and specs.

Lenovo S860 and S660 smartphone hands-on

We've already seen the S850 smartphone, Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, and DOit suite of apps from Lenovo. And left is another pair of smartphones, more for the S-Series of devices -- the S860 and S660. While there are some key differences between these two devices, they both sport a similar appearance with the brushed metal design.

Lenovo S850 smartphone hands-on

Lenovo unveiled the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ yesterday, and it seems they also had a trio of smartphones to show off. These models are all in the S-Series of devices, and for the purpose of this hands-on post -- we are taking a look at the Lenovo S850. An overall solid looking device, and this happens to be one aimed towards the "fashion savvy consumers."

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ hands-on

As you may have seen from our earlier post, Lenovo announced the next-generation of the Yoga Tablet line here at Mobile World Congress. This latest is dubbed the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ and as the 'HD+' in the name would suggest, one of the key items was an updated display. There is a 10-inch Full HD IPS display at 1920 x 1200. In comparison, the previous generation Yoga Tablet 10 sat at 1280 x 800.

Lenovo DOit app suite hands-on

Along with the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, Lenovo also introduced a suite of apps. This is the DOit suite of apps, and there will be five in total. While the apps were unveiled along with the tablet, they will also be appearing on other Lenovo devices, including those currently available. Furthermore, they will also work with other devices. To that last point, our hands-on time with the apps included a Moto X.
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