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CES 2015 | LG wins no less than 41 awards

LG wins 41 awards at CES 2015
LG Best TV Product CES 2015
LG G Flex 2 is LG's most acclaimed product shown at CES 2015, together with the company's line of TVs and various other devices bringing 41 awards to the South Korean company.

This year's CES tradeshow already delivered outstanding results to LG Electronics already, as the South Korean multinational conglomerate managed to win more awards than ever. According to the official press release, the company formerly known as Lucky Goldstar "won an unprecedented 41 awards at the 2015 International CES®, led by LG’s show-stopping G Flex2 smartphone, stunning flat and curved 4K OLED TVs and revolutionary TWIN™ Wash System with mini washer."

These are some of the highly acclaimed LG products and the awards they gained at CES 2015:

  • LG G Flex 2 curved smartphone - USA Today/Reviewed.com Editor's Choice, Best Mobile from Digital Trends, Best Smartphone from TechRadar, Best Phone from PCMag, Ubergizmo Best of CES 2015, Android Authority Top Pick
  • LG TWIN wash system - USA Today/Reviewed.com Editors’ Choice, Techlicious Top Pick
  • LG G3 smartphone - CES Innovation Award, Better Homes and Gardens Editors’ Choice Innovation 2015

LG managed to gain more than 150 Innovation Awards at CES in the past decade of which 10 were awarded this year in no less than four categories. 2015 is third year in a row when LG's OLED TVs and premium G series handsets earn these awards.

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Codrut Nistor, 2015-01- 9 (Update: 2015-01- 9)
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