Google is holding a contest with chances to win Red Nexus 5

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Google is holding a contest with chances to win Red Nexus 5

Google has recently announced the official launch of its Red Nexus 5 handset on its Google Play store. The launch of the new Red Nexus 5 handset by Google comes right in time for Valentine's Day; and Google is also holding a contest which requires customers to tell the company what they are most passionate about.

The contest that Google is holding unfolds an opportunity for the customers to win a Red Nexus 5 + accessories package; or a Red Nexus 5 handset without accessories; or $25 in Google Play credit.

To participate in the contest, customers have to just submit a photo of a person, place, or thing which they are most passionate about. To be eligible for the contest, participants should be US residents; and more than 18 years in age. Moreover, they also have to submit a qualifying picture.

For further details about the contest's full terms and conditions, interested people can visit the official contest page, at which they have to submit their entry. Participants can also share their contest-qualifying photo on their favorite social media site with #iheartred.

Meanwhile, technically speaking, the new Red Nexus 5 is a red-colored variant of the Nexus 5 handset. Just like the Nexus 5, the Red version also features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quadcore processor; 2GB of RAM; an 8-megapixel rear camera; 4G LTE; Bluetooth 4.0; and a 2,300mAh battery. In addition, the Red Nexus 5 is the first smartphone to ship with Google's latest Android 4.4 'KitKat' version pre-installed.


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