Tell us how You Use Your Phone over Christmas Break and Win a Huawei P40 Pro [Open to All Countries]

Tell us how You Use Your Phone over Christmas Break and Win a Huawei P40 Pro [Open to All Countries]

With the Christmas Holiday quickly approaching, Huawei wanted to give XDA users to chance to share their smartphone Holiday habits. This is also an opportunity to win the Huawei P40 Pro, which is one of the best smartphones of 2020. To participate in this giveaway, leave a comment detailing your Holiday smartphone habits.

Win a P40 Pro!

As technology is changing our lifestyle, HMS Core can also change our Christmas style. On Christmas day, everyone spreads the Christmas spirit in their own unique way. How are you going to send your Christmas message this year? Using the integrated Scan Kit service app, users can get an exclusive Christmas message by scan a QR code, which is customized by the developer.


While you and your family are waiting for the Christmas dinner, spend your time playing a Christmas game. Remember to use Hand Keypoint Detection to move the sleigh and catch more presents from Santa Claus. Try it!

After dinner, people get together and share Christmas gifts. Remember the Christmas message? You can use the Nearby Service to share the blessing, if the Wi-Fi is weak.

Use HMS Core to make the season a bit brighter this year, by taking advantage of their large selection of developer kits.

How do you use your phone to get through the Christmas season? Are there shopping apps you like to use? How do you plan your Christmas party?  Let us know in the form above, and one lucky winner will be chosen to win a Huawei P40 Pro.

The Huawei P40 Pro is one of the top photography phones of 2020. With a 50+12+40MP camera, you’ll be able to capture the Holidays in amazing detail. The ultrawide 40MP camera makes for great group or family photos. It’s the best way to capture your Holiday get together. Enter to win, by filling out the form above.

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