Samsung took the stage at Mobile World Congress on Monday to introduce its new Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone, alongside a new Gear Fit fitness band

It was a more series Samsung than we've seen before, ditching the theatrics for an event where CEO JK Shin talked about specifications and features of the devices. 

Read: Samsung Galaxy S5 lands with 5.1-inch display, integrated fitness functions

The Galaxy S5 was revealed, featuring a 5.1-inch display, a fingerprint scanner on the home button, a heart rate sensor on the back and smart modes for the 16-megapixel camera.

We have a ton of coverage from the event in our Samsung hub. But if you're the type that enjoys video: sit back, enjoy and welcome to the next stage in Samsung's device roadmap.

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