Samsung’s Gear Fit named ‘Best Mobile Device’ at Mobile World Congress

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Of all the devices announced at Mobile World Congress, it was one little wearable that has drawn the most attention.

Samsung’s new Gear Fit, part of a revamped smartwatch lineup, was named “Best Mobile Device” of Mobile World Congress as the annual show drew to a close.


The Gear Fit was announced at the beginning of the show alongside the Samsung Galaxy S5 , Gear 2, and Gear 2 Neo. Fit pairs with Galaxy devices and combines smartwatch functionality with personal fitness tracking, all packaged in a compact wearable. Features include a 1.85-inch curved Super AMOLED display and a variety of fitness sensors, including heart rate monitor, pedometer, and sleep tracker.


The Tizen-based smartwatch boasts a battery life of 3-4 days. The award was handed out by the GSMA, the governing body behind the mobile technology trade show.

Earlier in the week the group released a lengthy list of winners in other categories, which, much to the chagrin of some, included the iPad Air — a
device not even represented at the show — as Best Mobile Tablet



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