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Samsung Galaxy SIII wins European Mobile Phone 2012-2013 Award

Samsung Galaxy SIII has been awarded the European Mobile Phone 2012-2013 by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).

In a statement Samsung said that it also won three other prestigious awards in the following categories: European Future Proof TV, European HT System  and European Advanced Compact Systems Camera.

This year’s winning products are the Samsung UE46ES8000 range of televisions, the Samsung HT-E6750W Home Theatre System, the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone and the Samsung NX20 Camera, respectively, all of which impressed the judging panel with their unique designs and innovative features.

The EISA Awards recognise products that exemplify an impeccable combination of innovative technology, sleek design, desirable features and value for money. The EISA Awards panel of judges comprises editors from 50 consumer electronics magazines across 19 European countries.

They highlighted the following reasons for why the Galaxy SIII was chosen:

  • S-Voice responding to what you say
  • Smart Stay keeping the screen awake while you’re looking at it
  • Direct Call automatically making a call when you lift the phone to your ear
  • 4.8″ HD Super AMOLED display and 1.4GHz quad-core processor
  • Advanced 8MP camera with Burst Shot of up-to-20 continuous shots

“Innovation and excellence are at the core of everything we do at Samsung. To be honoured with four EISA Awards across our television, home theatre, mobile and camera portfolios is testament to our commitment,” said SP Kim, President and CEO of Samsung Electronics Europe. “These awards, from such a prestigious panel of judges, reaffirms that the products we create really do touch the lives of our consumers.”

The Samsung Galaxy S3 was launched in Malaysia back in May and since it has sold over 10 million units worldwide.

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