Contest: Win XDA’s Favorite Phone and Tablet of 2011!
Recently we asked you what your favorite phone and tablet were of 2011. The results were pretty unanimous with most of you favoring the Galaxy S II as your favorite phone, and the Asus Transformer as your favorite tablet. As such, we’re going to be giving away three Galaxy S II’s (one for T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint) thanks to the folks at Samsung, and we’re also going to be giving away an Asus Transformer, thanks to the folks at XDA (that’s us!). For more on how to enter, click on!
To enter the contest, film a video telling us which device you want to win and why, and add it as a video response on YouTube. Try to be as creative as possible. XDA Admins will be choosing five finalists, and the community will vote on the four winners. Deadline is December 26. Good luck!
And yes, the contest is open to everyone in the world.
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