The leading mobile industry awards event is the longest running event of its kind, and the one every company is most keen to win an award.
Over 800 guests were entertained by the comedic talent of Michael McIntyre, along with great food and expensive wine and champagne. However, the people who will have enjoyed things that bit more will be the people that took away awards.
HTC, for example, which won the coverted Best Manufacturer award, seeing off the likes of LG, Samsung and RIM.
Other awards included INQ Mobile winning Innovative Product (Handset) with its Chat 3G, and Novatel Wireless Portable Mobile Hotspot taking Innovative Product (non-Handset).
Orange picked up the Innovative Service award for its Social Life service, as well as Best Large Retailer.
Vodafone won Best Network.
Best Online Retailer went to Phones4U, ahead of buymobilephones.net and mobiles.co.uk.
There were also a number of other awards given out on the night, which can be seen by visiting the Mobile News Awards website.
What Mobile will be holding its own annual awards ceremony nearer the end of 2010, with more details to be announced in the summer.