Samsung is offering it’s newly launched Galaxy Ace smartphone to two lucky Who’s Jack readers.
With the brand new Samsung Galaxy Ace you can live life on your terms, listen to your favourite tunes at the touch of a button, access over 150,000 apps with Android Market Place, and get instant Facebook and Twitter updates thanks to super-fast connectivity to the web.
This phone’s Android 2.2 operating system helps it pack a decent punch when it comes the general smartphone market and touchscreen devices with phones in the same price bracket (around £200 to buy) having far slower processors.
The Galaxy Ace has been described on Techradar.com as ‘generally smaller, lighter and nicer in the hand than the iPhone’
So it’s pretty lucky then that we have got two of these stunning handsets to give away. We know you want one so to get your hands on one just email telling us who you would call first if you won one of the phones and what would you say to that person. The best reply, as judged by the Whoís Jack office will win one of the two handsets.
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The Samsung Galaxy Ace is launching the chance to win an exclusive gig with two of the country’s most hotly tipped bands for 2011, on your terms and in a city of your choice. They are pitting UK cities against one another for a specially arranged gig. Rally together your mates, neighbours, colleagues, fellow students – maybe even get your mayor involved – and get voting for your city to host the very first ‘Samsung Galaxy Sessions’ gig with critically acclaimed bands, Little Comets and Giant Steps.
Little Comets have supported the likes of Hockey, Delphic and The Noisettes and are about to play the Camden Crawl as well as Wakestock and Summer Sundae Session this summer. Samsung is giving you the chance to watch the band in an intimate gig, and even be a part of what’s happening on the night! Plus there is support from indie-trio Giant Steps.
You can dedicate a tune to your mate, pick a cover song for the band to play – even get a personal shout out from the band, all to help create the gig you’ve always wanted, where you want it. For more information on the competition head to their Facebook page