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After launching world’s worst smartwatch in 2013, Samsung’s Gear Fit wins MWC award

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Feb
2014

Samsung has redeemed itself. The company’s Galaxy Gear was without question among the worst smartwatches that debuted in 2013. The battery lasted for a single day, the charging mechanism was a hassle, the huge hump on the strap that held the camera ruined an otherwise sleek design, and controlling the device with S Voice was an all-around terrible experience. The fact that the Galaxy Gear was so bad, however, makes Samsung’s latest triumph that much sweeter — the tech giant’s new Gear Fit has been named “Best Mobile Device” by the GSMA. On Thursday we reported that the GSMA had named HTC’s flagship HTC One the best smartphone of the year for 2013, but the organization also handed out some awards

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