Mobile World Congress (MWC) is coming to an end, here in sunny Barcelona.
MWC 2017 has also seen some year-making gear launched, and because T3 loves to reward those who make the very best tech, we decided to launch the T3.com MWC Awards.
Designed to officially recognise the greatest gear we've seen at the show, the Awards were presented by T3.com editor Dan Grabham and Future PLC's Adam Gilsenan.
These, then, are the winners of T3.com's inaugural MWC 2017 Awards. People are calling them 'The Oscars of Mobile Tech', and we're afraid that, once again, there's bad news for La La Land…
The People's Choice Award
Unlike almost any other year we can remember, this was an easy decision. Hundreds of thousands of you interacted with us on Facebook and Twitter to say how much you loved the idea of the new Nokia 3310 by HMD.
We'd never recommend it as a first phone, but as a second one to take to Glastonbury, why not?
And who else could we choose for our People's Choice award but HMD? There has been so much buzz on our posts around the #Nokia3310 #MWC17 pic.twitter.com/n8NzE6vD3xFebruary 28, 2017
Best Wearable Award
Again, only one choice here. Wearables were pretty thin on the ground this show, but it would have taken a superb device to prise the Award away from the Huawei Watch 2.
The original impressed us, and we think the follow-up has the potential be the best smartwatch for fitness to date. Fingers crossed it lives up to its promise…
Our best wearable of #MWC17 had to go to the #HuaweiWatch2. Great for an @AndroidWear watch, also potentially very good for fitness. pic.twitter.com/dGmXxGQkbpFebruary 28, 2017
The Innovation Award
Sony's Xperia Ear 'open-style concept' was the unanimous choice of our judges. Still at an early stage, Sony's new audio conducting technology will one day enable you to both listen to music and remote speech, and converse with friends and colleagues, at the same time.
There's a lot of potential for devices like this that are sensitive to their environment, in work applications, leisure applications, and cheating at poker, like in Goldfinger.
Our #MWC17 Innovation Award was an easy choice. We all loved the Sony Xperia Ear Open Style Concept! pic.twitter.com/62GCX2vGSmFebruary 28, 2017
Best Launch Award
This is for the newest and most impressive unveiling of MWC, but it didn't go to a phone or wearable.
Nope, while there were several worthy but more pocketable contenders for this gong, we plumped for something altogether more grandiose: Peugeot's sinuous and glistening Instinct Concept fully autonomous car. It looks fantastic and we can't wait to see more of it in the future.
For best #MWC17 launch we went for the amazing #PeugeotInstinctConcept - simply stunning! pic.twitter.com/Fn29h0pwDaFebruary 28, 2017
Best Tablet or Laptop Award
It hasn't been Samsung's most high-profile MWC, as it keeps its powder dry for the next Galaxy at the end of this month, but it still dropped a couple of excellent tablets.
While the Galaxy Tab S3 impressed us big time, we've given this Award to the Samsung Galaxy Book. The 12-inch version is a stunning 2-in-1 with Super AMOLED display and dual USB-C ports. Want.
Our best tablet or laptop of #MWC17 is the awesome #GalaxyBook. We love it, especially the phenomenally powerful 12-inch model. pic.twitter.com/l3U9GY80EOFebruary 28, 2017
Best Phone of MWC 2017 Award
As for best phone – the most prestigious award at MWC – there was only really one choice.
The super-slim bezels. The wide-angle camera. The Quad HD+ screen. This is an exceptional smartphone.
And finally our Best Phone of #MWC17 Award. There could only be one choice - the sublime #LGG6! We love it! pic.twitter.com/FstBTmArGmFebruary 28, 2017
Check out all the rest of the launches at Mobile World Congress 2017.