GSMA announced the winners of the 18th Annual Global Mobile Awards. Samsung Galaxy S III, Asus Google Nexus 7 and Nokia Asha 305 were a part of the winners at the event.
The 18th Annual Global Mobile Awards took place at the Mobile World Congress 2013. During this event, GSMA or GSM Association announced the winners of the 18th Annual Global Mobile Awards. Samsung Galaxy S III, Asus Google Nexus 7 and Nokia Asha 305 were a part of the winners at the event.
This Award Ceremony took place at the MWC 2013 in Barcelona. There awards consists of a lot of categories and a long list of nominations in every category.
The CEO of GSMA, John Hoffman said “Through these awards, we are proud to shine the light on the mobile industry’s many innovators and leaders, from all corners of the world. This year’s new categories reflected the industry’s reach into many new sectors and we received more than 600 high-quality entries from across the mobile ecosystem. We would like to congratulate all Global Mobile Awards winners and thank the many hundreds of companies and organizations that support these awards by entering each year.”
Samsung Galaxy S3 bagged the award for the ‘Best Smartphone’ and as per my opinion it very well deserves the title. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is definitely one of the best Android smartphones that revolutionized the smartphone industry.
Nokia Asha 305 won the award for the ‘Best Feature Phone.’ Nokia Asha 305 is a dual SIM phone with allows you to hot swap the SIM cards using Nokia’s Easy Swap feature. So no need to switch off your device or remove the back of the cover etc. This device has a 3-inch resistive touchscreen, 10 MB of in-built storage and a micro SD card support of up to 32 GB.
Asus Google Nexus 7 won the award for the ‘Best Mobile Tablet.’ This tablet gives you a true and original Android experience thanks to Google. This tablets has a powerful hardware and good pricing has added to the success of this tablet.
Other awards included ‘Best Mobile Enabled Consumer Electronics Device’ which went to the Samsung Galaxy Camera, and ‘Best Mobile App for Consumers’ was bagged by Facebook.