admin · Jan 2, 2012 at 11:52 am

XDA’s Favorite Phone and Tablet of 2011 Contest: Vote Now!

A few weeks ago we ran a contest asking users to submit videos telling us why they wanted to win one of two devices, the ASUS Transformer and Samsung Galaxy S II. The devices are being given away because they won Tablet and Phone of 2011 according to XDA Members, something Samsung was so happy about, they offered to give away three Galaxy S II’s on T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon. And we’ve stepped up to offer a shiny new Asus Tranformer tablet for the contest as well, making for a total of four devices to give away. Finalists have been picked and the final winners are to be voted on by you from now until 6 January. Get voting!

Samsung Galaxy S II







— Vote for 3

Asus Transformer




— Vote for 1

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