A free Motorola DROID RAZR M Developer Edition is just a tweet away
own the model for free? That's right, Motorola is giving away five Motorola DROID RAZR M Developer Edition units. From now through October 2nd at 11:59pm EDT, you need to send to @Motorola a tweet telling the company what you would do with the Motorola DROID RAZR M Developer Edition. The tweet needs to be directed to #UnlockRAZRM and the judges (no, Judge Lucy Koh is not one of them, wise guy) will select the best 5 responses. Originality will account for 30% of your score, showing your desire for the particular model equals another 30% while following the rules of the contest makes up the remaining 40%
If you won a Motorola DROID RAZR M Developer Edition, would it replace your current phone? Come up with one of the five winning answers and you might have the opportunity to find out what you would do. In case you do win, you will have to report the $549.99 retail price of the device on your taxes.
2. nwright94 (unregistered) posted on 28 Sep 2012, 23:41 1 0
I can't escape your thumbnail picture >_
3. KingKurogiii posted on 28 Sep 2012, 23:59 3 0
nope and it's not gonna happen.
PREPARE TO BE SLENDER FOOD! >;D
4. simplyj posted on 29 Sep 2012, 00:36 2 0
"you will have to report the $549.99 retail price of the device on your taxes."
Hahaha, please, who would ever do that?
5. ambrown posted on 30 Sep 2012, 01:53 2 0
Already sent my tweet to enter! I probably won't win but no harm in entering right?
6. KingKurogiii posted on 30 Sep 2012, 02:09 1 0
life wouldn't be worth living if we didn't try the odds. c:
7. OptimusOne posted on 30 Sep 2012, 21:00 0 0
why would I want a device that no one would use(what would justify $500 on a device just for custom roms-just get a galaxy s3)
it is like an insult to the developers. A developer buys a phone to use as a daily driver. He doesn't buy this as a toy to mod. He make custom roms to improve his own experience using it
usually custom roms are released to a community to test. There wouldn't be custom roms without the community part