If there’s one thing Mobile World Congress 2014 will be remembered for, it will be the debut of the long-rumored Galaxy S5, though a trio of new wearable devices also garnered attention . However, MWC 2014 wasn’t just about Samsung. We also saw big reveals from Sony and LG, as well as mid-range contender HTC. After meeting with dozens of companies and having lots of hands-on demos, these are the best devices of Mobile World Congress 2014.
After two relatively quiet Mobile World Congresses in a row, Samsung roared at this year's show, releasing a sequel to its flagship Galaxy S4 phone. The new Galaxy S5 doesn't reinvent the wheel, but does add a number of key improvements. These upgrades include a water-resistant chassis, an attractive new back panel, a fingerprint reader and a heart rate monitor. The camera takes a dramatic step forward with a real-time HDR feature, a 0.3-second autofocus and the ability to change focus after you shoot.