Samsung UK lets you win a Galaxy S5 and Gear Fit
Now, Samsung UK also announced a contest that will allow participants to win not just a Galaxy S5, but also a Samsung Gear Fit. Of course, to enter this particular contest you must reside in the UK (and be at least 18 years old). The contest lasts until March 27, and will end with “two lucky winners”, each getting a Galaxy S5 and a Gear Fit. The latter, as you may know, is a smart wearable that features a curved AMOLED display and fitness tracking capabilities. The Gear Fit received our symbolic MWC 2014 Best Wearable Award, while the Galaxy S5 is, in our view, the best smartphone of MWC 2014.
To enter the contest you just need to fill out a form found at Samsung UK’s official Facebook page (the link is included below).
Interestingly, Samsung doesn’t mention (in the contest’s Terms and Conditions) the cash value of the two prizes - so we’re still left wondering about how much the new Galaxy S5 will cost. We heard that Samsung may price the S5 lower than it usually prices its flagship handsets. But it remains to be seen what that means.
source: Samsung (Facebook)
1. rd_nest (Posts: 768; Member since: 06 Jun 2010)
Gear Fit was awarded best mobile device in MWC:
2. ArtSim98 (limited) (Posts: 2738; Member since: 21 Dec 2012)
I would never wear a smartwatch on my wrist, not to even mention a smartband with a big display. Looks kinda nerdy. I will always use a classy looking "real" watch and maybe some kind of very minimalistic smartband.
4. moroninc (Posts: 177; Member since: 14 Jul 2012)
an over-sized ipod with phone capabilities they said... its too big they said..
3. superduper (Posts: 149; Member since: 20 Oct 2013)
No thanks. Where can I win a Sony Xperia Z2 please??
5. MistB (Posts: 571; Member since: 07 Jul 2012)
No thanks, Sony has become as predictable as Samsung. No innovation, nothing groundbreaking. Gear fit>Xperia Z2, I care really little for the android underdog mentality or Sony/HTC for that matter. LG on the other hand think outside the box and have gone from zero to hero in well under three years to become the next recognised brand to possibly take the crown from Samsung.