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This is not an April Fool: win a Nokia Lumia 800

A couple of weeks ago I got a Nokia Lumia to try out – and it is seriously slick. It has a tonne of functions that you can read all about over here, but most importantly it’s super social, with …

Sun, Apr 1, 2012, 07:30

   

A couple of weeks ago I got a Nokia Lumia to try out – and it is seriously slick. It has a tonne of functions that you can read all about over here, but most importantly it’s super social, with Facebook, Twitter and email at the touch of a, ahem, screen. It’s also got an amazing eight-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and you get free sat-nav with Nokia Maps. (I blame sat-nav for the fact that I could barely find my way off Grafton Street without reaching for my phone.)

It also has thousands of apps (I think I’ve got about, oh, 0.02% of the way through exploring it) and, above all else, it looks great – it’s really sleek and light and thin! (I know, so fashion – I love how thin my phone is!)

I’ve got one Nokia Lumia 800 to give away to one lucky Fash Mob reader, and because this phone is worth a whopping €420 (minimum pay-as-you-go price; cheaper with a call plan), we’re going to make it a wee bit trickier than usual. (It’s a three-step!)

Firstly, like Nokia Ireland on Facebuke. C’mon, you gotta! Next, like Fash Mob on Facebuke if you don’t already! Lastly, tell me (in the comments): what type of camera does the Lumia 800 handset have?

This competition closes on April 8th, 2012 at midnight. One winner will be chosen from the entrants on a random basis provided all competition stipulations have been fulfilled; no correspondence will be entered into.

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