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Google Nexus 7 Wins the 2012 T3 Gadget of the Year Award

Sliding down all smartphones, tablets and phablets, Google's much applauded tablet, the Google Nexus 7 by Asus swept the T3 Gadget of the year award.

At the same time, pulling behind Apple's iPhones and HTC's One series phones, South Korean mobile conglomerate, Samsung bagged the best phone award of T3 for its Galaxy S3. The T3 award ceremony was taken place at the Old Billingsgate Market in London. It is considered to be one of the biggest technology award functions in the world.



A tally of 20 awards was listed by the T3 in different categories. Excluding the Galaxy S3, it was none other than Google Nexus 7 by Asus crowned the attention of guests and media invited to the conference. Satisfying iPhone maniacs, iPhone 4S won the best business gadget of the year award. Meanwhile, Sony's 5 inch next generation portable entertainment product, the PS Vita acquired the best gaming gadget reward.

Netting couple of awards each, Google and Amazon share the most award winning brands of the year. While Google's Nexus 7 tablet won 2 awards for the best tablet and the best gadget, Amazon scribed it for the best commuter gadget and the best gadget retailer of the year awards.

Best Tablet and Gadget of the Year: Google Nexus 7
Google Nexus 7

Best Phone of the Year: Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S3

Best Business Gadget of the Year: Apple iPhone 4S
Apple iPhone 4S

Best Commuter Gadget of the Year: Amazon Kindle 4
Amazon Kindle 4

Best Gaming Gadget of the Year: Sony PS Vita
Sony PS Vita

Best Tech Brand of the Year: Asus
Asus

Best App of the Year: Zeebox
Zeebox

Best Gadget Retailer of the Year: Amazon
Amazon

Last updated on 09-10-2012. Published on 09-10-2012. Written by .
Published by Mobiles4Sale in category News
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