WIN! A Samsung Galaxy A3 Smartphone worth R5 999!

Samsung’s gorgeous Galaxy A3 is one of the most popular smartphones in South Africa, and we have one to give away to a lucky reader!

South Africa loves Samsung, consistently voting the company into the top 5 most desirable brands year after year, and it’s because Samsung brings out fantastic smartphones, tablets and wearables across a multitude of price ranges.

Basically, Samsung makes sure there’s something for everyone, so if people can’t afford their top-end flagship phones, there’s always a good selection in the mid-to-lower end of the range spectrum. And because South Africa is a notoriously price-sensitive market, the strategy works very well.

Squarely in the mid-range

The Galaxy A3 smartphone falls squarely into the mid-range, offering a good blend of performance, Samsung’s trademark looks and durability. While it won’t challenge the likes of the S7, it delivers the kind of overall performance people are happy to pay around R6k for.

The first thing anyone sees on a new smartphone is the screen, and Samsung has done a stellar job of bringing its gorgeous Super AMOLED tech to the A3. If you’ve been following Samsung at all, you’ll know Super AMOLED is the company’s trademark screen tech that makes the colours on everything the phone shows look bright and intense. It’s present and accounted for here, powering the colours of the A3’s 4.5-inch, 540 x 960 display.

Gorilla Glass Goodness

Of course, protecting that screen is as important as the imagery it shows off, and to that end Samsung went with Corning’s Gorilla Glass 4, an extremely tough glass-like material that’s highly resistant to cracks and scratches.

It’s so tough, you don’t have to worry about your keys making a mess of your phone should the two items occupy the same pocket, or of random objects scratching the screen when it’s in a handbag and you’re on the move.

Nippy responsiveness

Under the hood, the A3 uses a quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage to keep Android 5.0.2 (Lollipop) moving along nicely. Expect nippy responsiveness across the interface and rock-solid gaming performance.

The last thing we need to tell you is that the actual colour of the phone on offer here may vary according to availability.

Sounds good, right? To win the one Samsung South Africa has kindly provided us, all you need to do is fill out this form and answer the question below:

[contact-form][contact-field label=’Name’ type=’name’ required=’1’/][contact-field label=’Email’ type=’email’ required=’1’/][contact-field label=’What is the screen tech that makes the A3%26#039;s colours bright and intense?’ type=’radio’ required=’1′ options=’Quantum Display Transistors,AMLABED Superfit,Quantum Teleportation,Super AMOLED,Simultaneous Display Adaptation’/][contact-field label=’Would you like to subscribe to our weekday newsletter?’ type=’radio’ required=’1′ options=’Yes,No’/][/contact-form]

Good luck, one and all!

Terms and conditions

1) This competition is only open to persons who are resident in South Africa. We cannot ship the prize overseas. 2) No cash equivalents are available, and the prize is not transferable. 3) Employees, agents and their families of HTXT Media, Samsung South Africa and partners are not eligible to enter. 4) Multiple entries per household will be allowed. 5) The judges’ decision is final. 6) The closing date for the competition is the 30th of November, 2016 at 11:59pm, and the winner will be notified by email and/or Twitter within two weeks. 7) If we are unable to contact the winner within seven days of decision, a new winner will be declared. 8) By entering, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. 9) HTXT Media, Samsung and the respective directors, members, partners, employees, agents, consultants, suppliers, contractors and sponsors assume no liability whatsoever for any direct or indirect loss or damage arising from an entrant’s participation in this competition or for any loss or damage, howsoever arising, from entry or use of the prize. 10) We will not share the data entered in the competition fields with third parties.



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