T3 Awards 2017 together with Three: Phone of the Year in association with Gear4

Apple iPhone 7, HTC U11, Google Pixel, Huawei P10, LG G6 Samsung Galaxy S8, Sony XZ Premium: which is your favourite?

The Phone of the Year 2017 is brought to you in association with Gear4.

We're thrilled that Three is sponsoring the T3 Awards this year, the 11th time we've held the UK's premier tech awards. 

Although many of our awards will be voted for by an expert panel, we asked you to vote for our reader-voted categories including Gadget of the Year, Brand of the Year and Retailer of the Year as well as Phone of the Year - this is now closed. 

Choose from Apple's iPhone 7 which took the iPhone brand from strength-to-strength. There's the innovative and sleek HTC U11, Google's Pixel with its superb camera, Huawei's super P10, the return to form that was the LG G6. Then there's Samsung's classy Galaxy S8 and last but not least Sony's new XZ Premium - a proper Sony flagship phone at last. 

And don't forget to check out our great features on the cream of the smartphone crop:

What happened last year? 

Samsung also snagged three awards last year, picking up Brand of the Year, Wearable Technology of the Year for its Gear S2 smartwatch and Phone of the Year for the Galaxy S7 Edge

As part of the T3 Awards' 10-year celebration in 2016, a one-time Gadget of the Decade award was given to the Apple iPhone, voted for by you.

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How the T3 Awards 2017 will be decided

Most of the winners are decided by the T3.com and T3 magazine teams, aided by a panel of expert judges from the tech biz. 

However, on the following key categories YOU got to vote:  Gadget Of The Year, Brand Of The Year, Retailer Of The Year and Phone of the Year. 

Our 'people awards' are awarded by the T3.com and T3 magazine teams.

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Dan Grabham

Dan is a previous Editor for T3.com and covered the latest in computing, home entertainment and mobile tech. He's also the former Deputy Editor of TechRadar and former Editor of Lifehacker UK. Dan has written for numerous computing and lifestyle magazines and has also written a book, too. You'll see him pop up in numerous places, having been quoted in or on The Sun, BBC World Service, BBC News Online, ITN News, BBC Radio 5Live, BBC Radio 4 and Sky News Radio.