You can now choose the mobiles that should win this 2020: the Xataka Awards they are underway. What is the smartphone that you liked the most, the one that you think should be promoted as the best of the year? Voting is open for you to submit your opinion.
We are just over two weeks away from the Xataka Awards, the annual contest in which readers choose the most important of the year in terms of technology, also with regard to smartphones, tablets and accessories. What do you want to contribute your vote? Well, now you can: we will tell you in which categories you can choose your favorites.
How the voting mechanics work
As every year, and despite the fact that this 2020 has deprived us of celebrating the Xataka Awards with the public due to the pandemic, the event will be streamed over the internet so that anyone can watch it live. During the broadcast, the prizes will be awarded in each of the selected categories. And you can collaborate in the election of the winners with your own vote.
Voting is done according to the following mechanics:
- The first is the readers vote, just the process with which you can currently collaborate. You have the option to choose your preferred candidates in each technology category.
- A jury of experts, which we will announce shortly, will assess the chosen applications. Among these candidacies your chosen ones will be found.
- In the third step, the vote of the jury will be combined with the vote of the readers to finally determine the winners.
Choose the best mobiles by category
Once the voting mechanics have been presented, it is time to detail all the categories related to Xataka Android in which you can vote. The 2020 Xataka Awards choose the best smartphones around:
To choose any of your favorites, it is enough that access the previous links and vote for your candidate. In addition, you can also vote for the best tablet of 2020 and for him best smartwatch / bracelet quantifier this year.
We are waiting for you on November 19 during the award ceremony of the Xataka 2020 Awards. You can follow the event in streaming, presented by David Broncano, at Xataka.com and also in the Xataka YouTube channel.
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