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Portland, OR – (March 1, 2017) –  Digital Trends, the leading independent technology publisher, has unveiled the winners of the 3rd Annual Top Tech of MWC Awards in celebration of innovative products showcased during the 2017 MWC technology show in Barcelona, Spain. Awards were given out in six categories with a Best in Show award presented to the LG G6.

Digital Trends editorial team sent features and mobile writers along with video producers from Portland, New York City, Dallas, Edinburgh, and London to Spain to deliver international coverage of Mobile World Congress 2017 and survey the show’s 2,000+ exhibitors.

“Mobile World Congress consistently delivers some of the most exciting tech of the year,” said Digital Trend’s Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan. “Our team is thrilled to present these awards celebrating the best in mobile technology from around the world.”

Editors judged award entries on innovation, practicality, and design. Click each category for a full review of the winners. The following are the official winners of the 3rd Annual Top Tech of MWC Awards:

Best in Show: LG G6

Phones: Huawei P10

Tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Wearables: Huawei Watch 2

Accessories: Kado Wallet

Gadget: Nokia 3310

Cool Tech: LiFi-X by pureLiFi

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