The European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) has announced the winners of its Mobile Device Awards for 2010-2011, and I think this is the first time when there are no feature phones awarded.
Samsung has nailed two awards with its Galaxy S and Wave S8500 smartphones.
The Wave S8500 (Samsung’s first Bada handset) won the European Social Media Phone award – you can see why here.
Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 Mini (also based on Android) has been declared the European Mobile Phone of 2010-2011. One of the reasons the X10 Mini won this awards is its “female friendly appearance” – that’s not exactly a good criteria for choosing the best phone around, is it?
Anyway, another award that needs to be mentioned is the European Tablet 2010-2011 award, won by Apple’s iPad. Since the iPad doesn’t have any real competition – for the moment – the award comes as no surprise.
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