Samsung have released details of their smartwatch - Galaxy Gear and look set to be the first major player in mainstream wearable technology.
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Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy S4 - a phone with a 5-inch screen, a 13 megapixel camera and a function doubles as a TV remote.
A jury in Silicon Valley has ordered Samsung to pay Apple $290m (£180 million) for copying iPhone features.
The Taiwanese-made model also won the T3 design award and the phone of the year accolade at a ceremony in London tonight.
It beat the Apple iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the phone of the year category, chipping at the dominance held by both technology giants.
However Apple won computer and tablet of the year and Samsung took the brand of the year title, while Sony won digital camera and television of the year.
A preview party for Galaxy's new smartwatch and Note 3 drew celebrity crowds tonight.
The likes of Jonathan Ross, Donna Air and Iggy Azalea attended London's Radio Rooftop Bar, at Hotel Me, to take a look at the new technology.
The Note 3 is Samsung Galaxy's newest smartphone, while the Galaxy Gear smartwatch is designed to be "companion" technology.
The watch has a 1.63-inch Super AMOLED screen and built-in 1.9MP camera. Linking to Bluetooth enables it to show notifications, control media, hands-free calling and more.
Technology journalists have given their reaction to Samsung's new Galaxy Gear smartwatch - and they are not all complimentary.
Bloggers from TechCrunch, The Next Web and AllThings wrote on Twitter:
I would show you a hands on pic of a Galaxy Smartwatch but I can’t raise my hand with it on.
The Galaxy Gear is designed so that Note owners can minimize the amount of mockery they're subjected to over how big their phones are.
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Users of the Galaxy Gear will be able to use the voice control to make calls, create reminders and set alarms without touching the smartwatch.
The watch will also work with other Samsung devices allowing users to control the music played on them, or find any they have misplaced by making them beep, illuminate and vibrate.
The Galaxy Gear will come in six colours and have 4GB of storage and with a1.6" screen, Samsung say they have designed the watch to last for more than a day on a single charge.
The Gear will be available in the US and Japan in October, but the rest of the world will have it later this month.
The Galaxy Gear is designed so that users wearing the watch can make and receive calls without removing their phone from their pockets or bags.
Wearers can answer calls by raising the watch to their ear.
Samsung has unveiled its Galaxy Gear smartwatch as it competes with Google Glass in the wearable devices market.
Samsung will today become the first major smartphone manufacturer to unveil a smart watch.
The Korean company will reveal the product in Berlin and will beat Apple's iWatch - which is rumoured to be released in Spring next year.