Samsung has cleaned up at the CES Innovation Awards, which recognized 46 Samsung products for outstanding design and engineering. The standouts, however, are Samsung’s Galaxy Note10+ 5G smartphone and a pair of Samsung Visual Display products, each of which received a Best of Innovation award.
The tech giant also received prizes in a slew of other categories, including Gaming, Mobile Apps, Embedded Technology, Sustainability, Computer Hardware, Fitness, Wearables, Mobile Devices, and Smart Home tech. The CES Innovation Awards are presented by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), which also hosts CES in January.
“We are honored to once again be recognized for the ways that our consumer electronics and digital solutions impact consumers’ lives and push the boundaries of where technology can go,” said Samsung North America President and CEO YH Eom. “This year marks a new milestone for the number of Samsung honorees at CES.”
Despite repeated issues with fingerprint sensors, Samsung took home awards for the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S10 5G, and Galaxy A50 smartphones in addition to the Galaxy Note10+ 5G. The company recently enabled facial recognition unlocks on the S10 5G.
Samsung also received commendation for its Samsung Pay platform, which was integrated into Curve’s card consolidation solution earlier this month.