Samsung is giving away $33,0000 dollars worth of Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones to celebrate the launch of the new flagship device with a 5-inch 1080P HD display and a host of cool software features.
Users who can’t wait for their contract to come up for renewal can sign up for a chance at a free Samsung Galaxy S4 as part of the Cut to the Front of the Line contest on Samsung’s website.
During the next 30+ days Samsung will give away over 50 Samsung Galaxy S4 devices and several grand prizes that also include a 55-inch Samsung Smart TV.
The best part about this contest is that users can sign up to win a Samsung Galaxy S4 simply by asking for more information about the new phone.
Samsung asks for the Galaxy S4 carrier preference during signup, so there’s a good chance winners will get a Galaxy S4 that works on their carrier. The contest is taking information on AT&T, Cricket, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon Wireless. The prize does not include any cell phone service, just the Samsung Galaxy S4, which is an approximately $650 device.
The contest runs through April 22nd, when the grand prize drawings will be announced. The winners will receive their Samsung Galaxy S4 in 10-12 weeks, which should be around the time of a U.S. Galaxy S4 release date.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 features a 5-inch 1080p full HD display with support for touchless gestures and eye-tracking sensors that allow users to scroll by tilting the display. The U.S. Samsung Galaxy S4 supports 4G LTE on multiple carriers for speedy downloads and uploads.
Samsung includes a 13MP rear facing camera and a 2MP front facing camera and lets users use both of the cameras so that the picture taker is also in the photo or video.
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