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TrustedReviews Awards 2015: Find out the winners tonight

Tonight is the night. The votes are in and the official winners of this year’s hotly contested TrustedReviews Awards 2015 will be announced this evening.

The best tech from the past year will be recognised at the ceremony, with TrustedReviews Editor Evan Kypreos and Deputy Editor Andy Vandervell handing out prizes in several categories.

You can follow the festivities today via the Twitter hashtag #TrustedReviewsAwards or by following us on Twitter and Facebook.

From Smartphone of the Year to Crowdfunded Project of the Year, you can find out who’s taken the top spot in each category by checking our website and following the coverage on Twitter.

Apple is up against long-time rivals Samsung and LG in the Smartphone division, where the iPhone 6S will do battle with the Galaxy S6 and the LG G4, while GTA 5 (PC), Metal Gear Solid 5, and The Witcher 3 go head-to-head for Game of the Year.

After producing a shortlist for each category, we asked you, our loyal readers, to cast your votes. Thanks to your input, those shortlists were narrowed down to three finalists.

Our expert panel then decided on the winners from the three finalists.

All votes have now been cast and voting has closed, so make sure to check in and see who has taken top prize in each section this evening.

Click here for the full list of categories and finalists

Who do you think should win? Let us know via the comments section below.

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