Can you spot the difference in the before and after versions of this photo taken with the HTC One’s awesome Zoe camera? We used its ‘Object Removal’ feature to easily remove passersby and other stray objects. Tell us and you could win a 32GB HTC One worth $879…
[block][left] Big thanks the fab team at Vodafone Australia for putting up the prize.
It’s all in celebration of Vodafone’s $60 plan that includes the HTC One at no extra cost.
Total min. cost $1440 over 24 months.
Gizmodo’s HTC One Review: You’re The One That I Want. [/left][right]
How to enter:
Simply tell us what differences you spot the form below AND why you deserve to win.
The most creative answer will win. We have one 32GB HTC One up for grabs, worth $879. It’s locked to Vodafone, but can be unlocked.
Competition closes next Monday 5th August at 10am AEST. Terms and conditions.
Competition Closed. Thank You!
Underneath the HTC One’s bright, 4.7-inch, 1080×1920 (469ppi) Super IPS display hides a monstrous 1.7Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 600 chip, 2GB RAM, a 4MP camera with Ultrapixel technology and up to 32GB storage juiced by a 2300mAh lithium-polymer battery. Learn more…
Last Week’s Winner
So did you guess the tech celebrity last week? Most of you did correctly: None other than Sergey Brin! We read through a huge amount of entries and our favourite response was from Adam Richey. Congrats Adam!
I have a Samsung Z230! A freaking flip phone! People look at me in the streets like i’m from another century. I regularly get lost in new towns, I’m no good a pub trivia, The spontaneous photos I take are barely recognisable with my 1.3mp camera. that’s one POINT three! It’s also really hard on my social life. My friends are ashamed of me, mocking my phone behind my technological back via Facebook when i’m out. My family barely talk to me, it’s like i’m that strange person that no one wants to talk to but have to because we’re family. I need the HTC One to bring me back from the brink of social exclusion, from the isolation that my current phone is forcing upon me. Gizmodo. Please help me, I beg you!