EISA, the European Imaging and Sound Association, has just announced its 2009-2010 awards and winners. We are happy to inform you about the five important categories and, of course, the five big winners.
The European Camera Phone award went to the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD mobile phone. EISA considered that the 8 megapixel camera, the 720p/24fps video and the AMOLED screen were the strongest parts of this device and enough to take the prize.
The European Music Phone of the year is the Sony Ericsson W995. This was quite expected, as the W995 comes with special music features like TrackID, walkman player, shake control, stereo speakers, and many others, as well as with an affordable price, aspect that was taken into consideration by EISA.
The European Business Phone award was taken by the NokiaE75. The EISA commission consideres that the Nokia E75 is a very well designed device, that it has great communication features, is robust and has a long battery life; all these are very important for this category and the E75 has them all.
The European Smartphone award goes to… Apple iPhone 3GS, which is probably the greatest step forward, this year. The scratch-resistant phone comes with 3G, Wi-Fi, a 3.15 megapixel camera, iPhone OS, Google Maps and many other good features.
And finally, the European Green award was won by the LG KM900 Arena, the eco-friendly handset. Lately, more and more mobile phone manufacturers created such devices, so the EISA couldn’t ignore this subject. The LG KM900 Arena won because it is the only “green” device that comes with a complete list of features.
All in all, these are this year’s winners whether you like it or not. If you want, you can compare them with last year’s winners. 🙂