is happening Wednesday and we will be giving away two unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 phones.
We are joining forces with Download for this giveaway, letting two of our readers get the chance to take home the newest members of the Galaxy S family. Since we don’t yet know what models will be making their debut, this article will update as soon as we have the complete scoop. This is how the prizes are looking at this point:
The grand prize winner will take home one Galaxy S10, which could cost up to $1,500, and the complete Android pin collection exclusive to MWC 2019, courtesy of Google
The runner up prize will get aphone, which could cost up to $1,000.
To enter to win* you just have to fill out the form below after reading our official rules located in the rules tab of the form. You will also have to accept our terms and conditions.
If you want to increase your chances of winning, you have the option of completing any of the available actions like following us on social media or visiting the links you will find in the form.
Please use this link if you are having trouble seeing the entry form.
Head to our comments section and let us know why you would like to get a new Galaxy S10. Good luck everyone and thank you for playing.
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