Samsung Galaxy S9+ Awarded Best New Connected Device at MWC

Samsung Galaxy S9+ Awarded Best New Connected Device at MWC

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Samsung announced that it received over 30 awards at Mobile World Congress 2018, including “Best New Connected Device” at the annual Global Mobile Awards for the Galaxy S9+.

The phone was selected for its refined design, advanced camera and outstanding performance. The Galaxy S9+ reimagines the way people communicate, share and experience the world.

The Galaxy S9+ also received recognition from TechRadar, Android Authority, Alphr and PC Mag, and the Galaxy S9 was awarded by organizations such as PhoneArena, Android Central, Expert Reviews, Android Police, T3 and Ubergizmo. Several of Samsung’s innovative technologies and devices were also recognized, including Samsung Pay, Gear VR with Controller and Samsung DeX.

“We are honored to be recognized by the GSMA and many organizations for our mobile technologies,” said Younghee Lee, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Global Marketing, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “The way people use their devices and what they want from technology is changing. At Samsung, we remain committed to listening to our customers and pushing ourselves to deliver not just the best products and services, but ways to make their experiences better.”

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