If Santa bypassed you on his way to your kids’ stockings, and New Year’s Eve proved to be a bit of a damp squib, then now’s your chance to even things up a bit.
How would you like to win one of Five Samsung Galaxy Note II handsets?
This is an absolutely amazing phone. A friend of mine has one and I’ve been lucky enough to have a play on it.
With a screen size of 5.5 inches and an excellent camera; if you have a Galaxy Note II as your phone no one is going to accuse you of following the herd.
It also has a number of neat features; an S-pen stylus that makes text and images easier to highlight, then collect with its Easy Clip function, Air View lets you hover your stylus over an email or image gallery to preview the content and Multi-tasking allows you to trace out another window anywhere on the screen, which you can then use for browsing, streaming content or dropping a memo to yourself. It’s extremely responsive and as its screen is made of’ Gorilla Glass, it’s as tough as it is vibrant.
I’m due for an phone upgrade myself at the end of this month and there are no prizes for guessing which phone I’ll be trying to get a good deal on.
But there are prizes for ‘Finding Ralph’.
‘Ralph’ is the hero of the latest Disney 3D movie ‘Wreck-It Ralph‘ , in cinemas in the UK and Ireland from the 8th of February, 2013.
Ralph has been the bad guy in the video game he’s starred in for the last 30 years. He feels unappreciated and he’s sick of it. So he leaves his game and sets off across all the games in the arcade looking for the chance of becoming a hero. But things don’t work out quite the way he imagined…
This movie has been a hit in every country it’s been shown in so far and is well on its way to joining the list of Disney Greats. There is no reason to believe it will be received any less positively in the UK.
To be in with a chance of winning one of five Samsung Galaxy Note II phones, you need to either live in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Singapore or Hong Kong. If you do, and you are over 18 years of age, you are eligible to enter this competition, so get yourself over to the Find Ralph Website to take part.
Finding Ralph involves hunting through the website for all of the 9 lost pixels from Ralph’s ‘Missing’ poster. It’s not too difficult, your kids will enjoy helping you and definitely worth a few minutes out of your day.
Then start looking!
This post was sponsored by Disney and Samsung but all thoughts are entirely my own