Samsung Mobile Honored with Six CES Innovation Awards

Posted by at 12:04 pm on November 12, 2009

The Consumer Electronics Association   has recognized Samsung with six prestigious CES 2010 Innovation Awards. Products entered in the CES Innovations program are judged by a prominent panel of industrial designers, engineers and members of the media.

Samsung Mobile phones selected as Innovation Honorees feature differentiating technology and innovation, including ultra-brilliant AMOLED displays, HD video recording and playback, Google Android operating system, 800 MhZ processor, and eco-friendly design and packaging. The honored products include the Samsung Omnia II, Samsung Moment, Samsung Rogue, Samsung Instinct HD and Samsung Reclaim.

The AMOLED displays are an exclusive innovation from Samsung that provide brighter, crisper colors and enhanced clarity while viewing video or pictures on the phone at any angle. The Samsung Omnia II, Moment and Rogue all offer this advanced screen technology to users.

The Samsung Reclaim, the first phone in the U.S. constructed from eco-friendly bio-plastic materials, was honored in the eco-design category. Made from 80 percent recyclable materials, Samsung Reclaim is a feature-rich messaging phone that offers environmentally conscious customers a perfect blend of responsibility without sacrificing the latest in must-have features. The Reclaim is also designed with environmentally responsible components and fully recyclable packaging.

As a widely renowned consumer technology awards program that began in 1976, the prestigious Innovations Design and Engineering Awards recognize achievements in product design and engineering. It is sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association , the producer of the International CES, the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow, and endorsed by the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), the voice of industrial design, committed to advancing the profession through education, information, community and advocacy.

The Innovation entries are judged based on the following criteria:

  • Engineering qualities, based on technical specs and materials used
  • Aesthetic and design qualities, using photos provided
  • The product’s intended use/function and user value
  • Unique/novel features that consumers would find attractive

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