Win one of three next-gen 16GB Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphones
Friday 02 December 2011
From the blogs
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There's a brand new type of telephone machine on the block - and we're giving you the chance to win one.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus might have a silly name, but it's got some serious hardware under that sleek exterior. It's the first phone to run the Android 4.0 operating system, which they've called 'Ice Cream Sandwich', presumably because they can, and it is bursting at its silicone seams with future-tech.
They've got bigger screens, better software and longer battery life - and the freedom of the Android system trumps its competitors any day of the week, in our humble estimation.
We've got three of these glorious devices - worth £514.99 at last count - to give away to our loyal readers, courtesy of the rather wonderful Heineken Hub. All you have to do to win is fill in the form below, and, well, cross your fingers!
Just what is the Heineken Hub? It's a great new way of reading the best i news and views in the pub. Much more than just a pub with internet access, it appears at specially chosen venues to allow customers to use super-fast and free Wi-Fi to access a special area of the internet, the Heineken Hub, for which the UK’s newest newspaper, i, the quality daily and sister paper to The Independent, will be supplying exclusive content.
To see a list of all the fine establishments hosting the Heineken Hub, click here .
- 1 Diary of Second World War German teenager reveals young lives untroubled by Nazi Holocaust in wartime Berlin
- 2 Bosses of collapsed banks should be sent to jail, banking standards commission tells George Osborne
- 3 Breaking the Silence: In the reality of occupation, there are no Palestinian civilians – only potential terrorists
- 4 Uri Geller psychic spy? The spoon-bender's secret life as a Mossad and CIA agent revealed
- 5 Vice pulls 'breathtakingly tasteless' fashion shoot glorifying the suicides of famous female authors from Sylvia Plath to Virginia Woolf