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MWC 2016: The three coolest gadgets from the show

At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, big mobile brands like LG, Sony and Samsung asked the question: has the smartphone had its heyday?
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The answer, of course, was no — they still want us to buy their phones — yet each was looking for ways to reinvent the smartphone and extend its reach beyond the device itself. Ancillary gadgets from virtual reality headsets to toys for your pets are now popping up everywhere. Here are three of our favourite innovations from the show. LG Rolling Bot

One of a range of “friends” unveiled with LG’s new G5 modular smartphone, the Rolling Bot is the cutest of them all.

It has an inbuilt 8MP camera, speaker and laser and can be controlled remotely via your home’s Wi-Fi through an app on the G5, no matter where in the world you are.

LG says the Rolling Bot is designed to keep your pets from getting lonely while you’re out.

You can check up on your furry friend through the bot’s camera and save snaps and videos.

Or you can roll the bot around the house shooting a little red laser for Fifi to go bananas over.

You can talk through the mic in your phone and your pet will hear you through the bot’s speakers. “What’s up, dog!”

Other non-pet related uses include remote control capability with compatible devices, and home security.

Price and availability are yet to be announced, but with Australian telcos already confirming they’ll stock the G5, things are looking good for a local release. CAT S60 smartphone

Caterpillar makes those fun yellow trucks and as such, its line of “Cat Phones” is designed for the rough and tumble of construction and trade work.

That doesn’t mean its latest phone won’t be a damn cool gadget for any regular Josephine.

With military grade strength, the CAT S60 will withstand a drop of 1.8 metres and the touchscreen will work even with wet hands or when wearing gloves.

It’s waterproof up to five metres submerged for an hour, and can take video and stills underwater.

As if all that isn’t cool enough, it has an inbuilt thermal imaging system, powered by FLIR Systems, a world leader in the field. This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 老域名购买.

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