The release of some of Samsung's new devices for this year is fast approaching and Samsung wants to help fan the flames of the hype. Today they have released a couple of videos that showcase some cool things about the different products they showed off at Mobile World Congress. Of course by now we all probably know what those products are, the Samsung Galaxy S 5, the Gear 2, the Gear 2 Neo, and the Gear Fit. Each video is comprised of some details about each product, and gives some insight into stuff that we may have already known. There still fun to watch however and especially so if you're a loyal Samsung fan who is looking forward to picking some of these products up.
The first video is a retelling of some of the best features from the new Gear devices. It goes over some of the hardware specs, as well as the addition of the Heart Rate sensor on the back of the watch face and on the back of the Gear Fit band, and a focus on the new camera on the Gear 2, which you can take photos with and then use those pictures as your watch face home screen backdrop. It also describes the sleek new design and rehashes the fact that Samsung this time around decided to add in the much needed "Home" button to the Gear 2 that the original Galaxy Gear didn't have. Basically, the video just goes through each new Gear device and shows off some of it's capabilities and features. It's nice to see some of the features put together in this video as opposed to having them just described.
The last video as you could have guessed is about the Samsung Galaxy S 5, Samsung's new flagship device for the year and the follow up to the most recent Galaxy S device in the line, the Galaxy S 4. You can expect the same treatment from this video as you did in the first one, with Samsung going over a bunch of the new fun features that the Galaxy S 5 has to offer, along with the new design. Despite all the negatives we have about the Galaxy S 5, the slim bezel does look nice, and the new unlock animation is pretty cool, i'll admit. Most of all though what I'm excite to see and hopefully try for myself, is the new camera and features behind it, as well as the improved battery life. I want to test it to the limits and see just how good their claim of 24 hours on 10% really is. Each video is just a few minutes in length, and are accompanied by some nice soothing background music to put you in the mood... I mean to relax you and keep you watching.