Sure Samsung drew back the veil on the Galaxy S5 smartphone and a new trio of smart watches, but the day did not belong exclusively to the Taiwanese manufacturer. HP joined in on the action with a wallet-friendly laptop-hybrid. Sony revealed several new water-tight tablets and smartphones. And Nokia made waves by embracing Android. Catch everything you missed from MWC 2014 Day 2.
The Galaxy S5 focuses less on gimmicks like scrolling with your eyes and more on practical innovations, say, oh, a bigger 2,580 mAh battery. Samsung's new flagship jumps from 5 to 5.2 inches, but the weight gain is worth it for the bevy of new and useful features. There's a high-speed camera that focuses and shoots in .3 seconds (noticeably faster than the S4), a heart-rate monitor and a fingerprint reader that can unlock your most important photos and documents. We can only imagine what the smartphone competition is thinking.