Samsung has yet again received special honor of “Best New Handset, Tablet or Device” from the GSMA at Mobile Congress 2015 for the Samsung S6 edge device. This comes after the electronic manufacturing company was recognized last year for the Samsung Gear Fit.
The award that recognizes the best new device launched during the show underscores Samsung’s ongoing leadership in mobile technology innovation as the company strives to fulfill the diverse interests and needs of modern consumers and businesses.
Samsung’s redefined smartphone, the Galaxy S6 edge, creates a new standard for design, craftsmanship and performance with the most advanced Samsung technology. The device is beautifully designed, and is more powerful than any previous Galaxy device in terms of usability and functionality.
Additionally at MWC 2015, Samsung’s mobile security platform KNOX also received the prestigious honor of “Best Security/Anti-fraud Product of Solution” from the GSMA. The smartphones’ software and mobile security capabilities were recognized as the best solution launched during this year’s show in the enterprise mobile security division. KNOX has received rigorous government accreditation worldwide, including the United States Department of Defense.
The device set to arrive into the market by April this year is already receiving a lot of pre-orders from customers and will be available in all Samsung experience stores and authorized dealers. According to Android Systems, over 20million preorders have been done globally for Galaxy S6.
During the Mobile world Congress, lead manufacturing companies; Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia demonstrated technology that forms the basis of their 5G road maps with telecommunication companies highlighting of upcoming developments on the network; functions virtualization and software-defined networks and how they are making 5G possible.
In the same breath, Facebook was awarded first ever Master of Mobile award at a special ceremony held by multi-channel communications platform provider Oxygen8. The award was on the basis of a poll taken to discover which mobile brands and services are the most popular.