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Enter to win a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip*

by Manuel Flores in After Hours on May 20, 2020, 9:15 AM PST
We’re giving away Samsung’s newest foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip, to one lucky winner. Open to US, Puerto Rico, and Canada (excluding Quebec).

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

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Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip  could be yours with this online sweepstakes! TechRepublic is granting one lucky grand prize winner Samsung’s latest foldable smartphone. 

The Galaxy Z Flip has a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, dual wide-angle 12MP rear lenses, wireless charging capabilities, 3,300mAh battery life, and 256 GB storage. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip was called “…the best foldable phone I’ve ever used” by CNET’s Jessica Dolcourt (CNET is a sister site of TechRepublic).

To enter you must read the rules, accept the terms and conditions of this sweepstakes, and fill out the form below. Don’t forget: You can increase your chances of winning by unlocking extra entries for following us on social media and more. 

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