Honor is getting ready to launch their newest phones known as the Honor 20 series. They are looking for beta testers to review the phone and share their thoughts with the XDA audience. This is your chance to be one of the first people in the world to get their hands on an Honor 20 device. We are going to pick two lucky winners to receive two Honor 20 phones. The winners will then be able to create reviews of these phones featuring videos and pictures, which XDA will incorporate into our official review of the Honor 20 series.
If you enter to be a beta tester, you should have strong English skills and be able to create great written content for your review. If you win, you should be ready to create your review of the phone by the set deadlines, or you can return it to be sent to the next beta tester.
Contest opens on 5/8/19. Please check back then.
The giveaway is open through May 15, 2019, and the winners will be announced right here within a week after the closing date. Good Luck!
How to participate:
Use the Gleam widget here. There are multiple ways to enter, each with varying point values. Complete all the tasks for maximum entries and your best shot at winning! We will look at your writing and photography skills through your essay to judge whether you’re a qualified reviewer.Keep in mind that all winning entries are verified and if the task was not completed or cannot be verified, a new winner will be chosen. We are looking for our most passionate testers.
Leave a comment below on why you think you should win and be a Beta Tester for the Honor 20 Series.
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