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Be Creative and Win a Samsung Galaxy Note II
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Be Creative and Win a Samsung Galaxy Note II

Samsung Galaxy Note II was launched on Sep 27th in India and now is available in Samsung Cafes and Premium stores as well as with leading stores across the county. The phablet, an upgraded second generation of the Note that was launched last year has key interesting and important features that includes:

  • AirView
  • Best Face camera feature
  • Easy Clip
  • Pop Up Note
  • Quick command
  • and, an upgraded S-Pen with a S-Button

The device is aptly termed as the device for ‘expressionist’ which aids in the creative process of an individual. It opens up a lot of possibilities that is impossible in other devices and is a Pièce de résistance for anyone inclined creatively.

Promoting the device aggressively in the Indian market where it sees a considerable fan following for the phablet, Samsung India is currently running a contest in Facebook and Twitter, where 10 followers stand a chance to win a Galaxy Note II.

In this contest, Samsung India run one particular feature (referred to as ‘creative power’) of the Galaxy Note II for 1 week and expect participants to post (within the application on Facebook) or tweet (using #BeCreative) what they would do if they had the particular creative power as many times as they can.The participant (must be a follower/fan) with most number of creative tweets would be declared as winner.

The winners would be given a Galaxy Note II. Thus, in total 10 Galaxy Note II as prizes are to be given away (5 from Twitter and 5 from Facebook). Currently the third creative power ‘Easy Clip’ is being run (the first two being Air View and Best Face) with two more to go. Winners of AirView and Best Face features are already announced.


You can engage with the application by clicking on the following link:

Be Creative, Stand a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Note II.

0 12 October, 2012 News October 12, 2012

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