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Ten products that earn Samsung 36 innovation awards from CES 2015

Updated on November 21, 2014

Samsung Electronics recently brought home bacons from the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show Innovation Awards, which honored the South Korean conglomerate with 36 awards this year. Thanks to its cutting-edge products that reflect the company’s innovative skills in enhancing consumer experiences. Samsung is among the award-winning leaders worldwide when it comes to consumer electronics, telecommunications and semiconductors.

Samsung’s 36 awards add up to the 258 awards it garnered from the body for 10 years. This year, the electronic titan earns 12 more awards from CES compared to last year’s. The CES awards event is the biggest yearly technology tradeshow all over the world by the Consumer Electronics Association. Here are ten of the products that earn Samsung CES awards across 29 categories:

1. 850 PRO

The first consumer solid state drive in the world, with 3D vertical NAND flash memory technology running it, 850 Pro delivers unprecedented fast speed with an impressive 10-year limited warranty and worry-free reliability.

2. Chef collection slide-in induction range with virtual flame technology

The next evolution of induction cooking, this product has LED lights beneath the glass cooktop which produce glow to pans and pots as clear cues. It features award-winning Flex Duo tech by Samsung, an oven that can split into two sections through a Smart Divider.

3. Galaxy Note 4

Embracing Samsung’s heritage of large screens and brilliant display, the Galaxy Note 4 delivers the most advanced large-screen phone which comes with enhanced photo technology in its front and rear cameras; along with battery improvements and a better S Pen.

4. Galaxy Note Edge

The Asian’s tech giant reinvented the large screen in smartphones and came up with the Galaxy Note Edge, the recipient of CES’ Best of Innovation award. The phone’s edge display, which is independent from the main screen, is a notable hardware achievement, and a fresh take on innovative functionality in the competitive smartphone market.

5. Gear S

The wearable concept has been redefined by Samsung through the 2-inch Gear S, which comes with a sleek design and an authentic form factor. The device’ curved Super AMOLED screen defines the details of easy interface, while its fitness tracking give users advanced S Health platform to-date.

6. Galaxy S5

With the consumer in mind, Samsung designed Galaxy S5 to come up with experiences that help improve the users’ daily life. The S5’s brilliant 5.1 inch screen is powered by technology that brings amazing camera experiences, speedy connection as well as health and wellness monitoring.

7. Galaxy Tab S 8 and Tab S 10

The Galaxy Tab S that comes in two size variants, 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch, house Samsung’s lightest and thinnest designs in tablets. They pack the industry-leading super AMOLED display and premium offerings for enhanced productivity, seamless multitasking and unrivaled entertainment experience.

8. Gear VR

Samsung Gear VR offers a new way of experience in consuming mobile content with the mobile VR headset, which is optimized for the recently-released Galaxy Note 4.

9. Level Over

For a comfortable and delightful listening experience, Samsung has Level Over which delivers exceptionally clear sound, powerful bass and full dynamic range. It likewise features Active Noise cancellation, a touchscreen track pad and Bluetooth connectivity.

10. NX1 camera

As one of Samsung’s award-winning NX camera lines, the NX1 unit is packed with the new 28MP APS-C BSI CMOS sensor that supports the UHD/4k video recording which has cinema quality; plus, auto focus, usability, speed and industry-leading Wi-Fi connectivity.

The CEA-sponsored annual CES Innovation Awards is the global venue for firms who thrive in the consumer technology industry. It has been recognizing top-notch companies since 1976. Product entries are judged per aesthetics, design qualities, engineering, user value, functionality, distinctive features and innovation compared to other products in the market.

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      3 years ago

      Great Hub and I look forward to seeing these and many more products at CES 2015.

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