Samsung is back with the latest version of its popular flagship series of smartphones. The Galaxy S5 retains the style of previous devices while adding a couple of new features. It's now dust- and water-resistant, and like the iPhone 5s, has a fingerprint scanner. It's also the first smartphone to feature a heart rate monitor. See also: See also: 18 best smartphones: The best phone you can buy in 2014.
Around £550 inc VAT
Sony has also updated its flagship smartphone with a new model. The Xperia Z2 is largely the same as its predecessor but has a larger screen at 5.2in and can now record and output video in 4k resolution. It's also equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor.
£599 inc VAT
Wearable tech is moving quickly and the Gear Fit is one of three new devices from Samsung running its own Tizen OS. The Gear Fit comes in a range of colours and features a curved Super AMOLED display. On the underside hides a heart rate monitor and like a smartwatch, the device can give you actionable notifications from your smartphone.
£199 inc VAT
The MediaPad X1 looks like a 7in tablet but it's got the ability to make calls and send text messages making it a 'phablet'. The device has a thin and iPhone-esque design and Huawei claims that it can last for up to 25 hours on a single charge.
€399 inc VAT (£330)
Although the YotaPhone has recently gone on sale, the Russian firm has unveiled the second generation model. The dual-screen smartphone now has a 4.7in e-ink screen with curved sides and full touch control. The firm touts a battery life of up to 50 hours when reading.
To go with its new smartphone, Sony has unveiled the Xperia Z2 Tablet. The new model is ridiculously thin at 6.4mm (thinner than the iPad Air) and is still dust- and waterproof. Upgrades include a Snapdragon 801 processor, Live Colour LED in the display and optional 4G support.
£399 inc VAT
LG hasn't refreshed its flagship yet but has announced a mini version of its current high flyer. The G2 mini has a smaller 4.7in screen but retains the look and feel of its bigger brother with the RearKey. It's available in four colours and features a removable battery and a microSD card slot.
Just ahead of its Microsoft buy out, Nokia has launched its Android-powered Nokia X smartphone. Although it's running on Android, the interface is heavily customised to look like Windows Phone and there's no Google Play access for apps. The device itself has a 4in screen and just 4GB of storage.
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