Jul, 18 2011

Two cores down, eight to go. Last week we gave away the Motorola Droid X2 as part of one of our biggest contests ever and today we’re continuing the trend by offering up another top Android device to one lucky Phandroid reader. How can you win and what device are we giving away? Read on!

Some of today’s top Androids are faster than a speeding bullet thanks to NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor. The company has extended their emphasis on geeky heroic power by code naming future processors with superhero names like Kal-el, Wayne, and Logan. Sticking with that geeky cool spirit, here is how you can win the T-Mobile G2X by LG, powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2.

This week we’re giving away the T-Mobile G2X!

See the Spidey pic below?

Leave a funny Android-related caption as a comment on this post by Thursday, July 21st at 11:59PM Eastern Time. Make sure your comment is tied to an account with an e-mail address or some way of getting in touch with you… otherwise we’ll have no way to contact you and will have to select a different winner.

Funniest caption wins and “funniest” will be SOLELY determined by Phandroid staff (must be Android-related). We’ll probably see lots of funny entries so think of it as us picking one random caption that made us laugh.  You may only comment ONCE. Anyone who leaves multiple comments, either with the same account or multiple accounts, will be automatically disqualified and we reserve the right to disqualify anyone at our sole discretion.

Will be notified on Friday, July 22nd by E-Mail.

On Monday, July 25th we’ll be giving away one of the remaining Dual-Core Android Beasts. Which one? How can you win? Those questions will go unanswered until the 25th rolls around. Remember we’re FIVE Android Devices – all powered by NVIDIA’s Dual-Core Tegra 2 processor– and we’re giving them all away to you, our loyal readers. In no particular order:

Goodluck to this week’s contestants and we look forward to your entries this week and beyond!

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