MWC 2015 brought us a look at the best new smartphones, tablets and wearables for the year so here's our pick of the show from Barcelona.In no particular order, here are our favourite new gadgets from MWC.

Samsung Galaxy S6

Smartphone

It's smartphone season and Samsung has introduced its new flagship Galaxy S6, now will a sleek design featuring a metal frame and glass rear cover. It has a Quad HD screen, 16 Mp rear camera and Samsung's own Exynos 7420 octa-core processor. Unfortunately, the microSD card slot and waterproofing are both gone.

£599 inc VAT

Read our Samsung Galaxy S6 hands-on review or pre-order the phone.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Smartphone

Instead of a mini version, Samsung unveiled the S6 Edge alongside the regular version. It shares the same core specs but has a 'dual edge' display meaning it curved down both sides. This not only improves the design but give is additional features like the People Edge. It will cost you a lot more, though.

£760 inc VAT

Read our Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge hands-on review or pre-order the phone.

HTC One M9

HTC One M9

Smartphone

HTC's new flagship smartphone is a simple evolution of the original HTC One. This time the uni-body aluminium shell is two-tone in colour and still feels great. The firm has stuck with a Full HD 5in screen but upgraded the camera to 20 Mp and the processor to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810.

£579 inc VAT

Read our full HTC One M9 review.

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

Smartphone

MWC didn't bring along the Xperia Z4 flagship but this mid-ranged beauty. As the name suggests, it's waterproof and there's no longer a flap for the microUSB port. Hardware includes a 5in HD screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor and a 13 Mp rear camera. Like other new phones, it's pre-loaded with Android 5.0 Lollipop.

£299 inc VAT

Read our Sony Xperia M4 Aqua hands-on review.

Huawei Watch design

Huawei Watch

Smartwatch

One of the surprise products of MWC was the simply named Huawei Watch which is a full round smartwatch with Android Wear. It comes in three different colours and with leather or metal straps. Like rival devices, it has a Snapdragon 400 chip, 4 GB of internal storage and a heart rate monitor

£300 inc VAT

Read our Huawei Watch hands-on review.

HTC Grip

HTC Re Grip

Activity tracker

HTC's first wearable is called the Re Grip and has been made in partnership with Under Amour. It's compatible with both iOS and Android and can provide notifications from your phone. Furthermore, the Grip is waterproof, made of breathable material and has GPS built-in

Price TBC

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet

Tablet

Without replacing the Z3 range, Sony has added to it with the Xperia Z4 Tablet – a new 10in device which is even thinner and lighter at 6.1 mm and 389 g. The display is now 2560 x 1600, there's a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and the tablet comes with a Bluetooth keyboard creating a laptop-like experience

£499 inc VAT

Read our Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet hands-on review.

LG Watch Urbane

LG Watch Urbane

Smartwatch

LG has introduces its third Android Wear smartwatch, this time with a luxury polished silver or gold finish. It is supplied with a leather strap but can be replaced with any 22 mm standard. The device is otherwise much the same as the G Watch R with a 1.3in round POLED screen, 4 GB of storage, a heart rate monitor and IP67 waterproofing.

Price TBC

Read our LG Watch Urbane hands-on review.

Lumia 640

Microsoft Lumia 640

Smartphone

We're still waiting for a new flagship Windows Phone but for now the Lumia 640 is attractive, affordable and Windows 10 ready. Like the M4 Aqua, it's 5in and HD but there's an XL model if 5.7in is more your thing. Key specs include 4G LTE support, a microSD card slot and an 8 Mp rear camera.

Around £150 inc VAT

Read our Microsoft Lumia 640 hands-on review.