Sought after handsets from the likes of HTC, Nokia and BlackBerry are among those up for grabs for consumers that take part in the Mobile Choice Awards survey.
The survey and longlists are now live and aim to discover the best in class for handsets, tablets and services during the past 12 months. Among the categories are most innovative device, best multimedia phone and best design. This year’s awards survey also features three entirely new categories, namely best value network, best value tablet and best recycling service. Voting will close on 9 September at noon, with the shortlisted devices selected from the popular vote. The shortlists will then be scrutinised by a Mobile Choice team of expert judges before a winner is selected.
Last year’s survey attracted 26,500 votes from consumers across the UK and those who take part in the survey will be automatically entered into a prize draw, with devices including Nokia Lumia 925, LG Optimus L7 II, HTC One X+, Archos Xenon 80, ASUS Fonepad, Motorola RAZR HD and an Acer Liquid S1.
Award winners will be announced at the event in London on 3 October.