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ZTE could be sending you to Las Vegas to attend CES 2017

ZTE is holding a contest where some fans could win a trip to Las Vegas to attend the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in early January.

Published onNovember 12, 2016


If you live in the US and are 18 years of age or over, you have a shot at winning a trip to Las Vegas to attend the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in early January. ZTE will be sending seven people to not only attend CES 2017 but also to attend special events just for those winners. In addition, 12 runners-up will be given hotel accommodation in Las Vegas, but they won’t get airline tickets.

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So how do you win this contest? Here’s how the company describes it:

Simply submit a video recording, 60 seconds or less, showcasing your fanaticism for Android, ZTE, Z-Community, or all of the above! Be original and creative – we’re looking for submissions that make us laugh, cry, or both!

You don’t have a lot of time to make this video. The deadline for submitting your entry in the contest is 11:59 a.m. EST on Thursday, November 17. The videos will be judged by “select members of Z-Community’s Mod Squad”. While ZTE does say that the judges are “naturally favoring those who have been contributing and helping others on Z-Community” it added that “we are also reserving a handful of spots for Android fanboys and fangirls out there.”

If you do win, you could get a chance to meet ZTE’s USA CEO and attend the company’s pre-CES press event (where you can also hang out with team Android Authority). You will also get together in focus groups and participate in mobile ideation contests, with prizes for those winners.

Plus, you can attend the first day of CES itself and just check out Las Vegas in general. You can check out the full rules and conditions for the contest at the link below. Again, you don’t have much time to make your cool video, so you need to get going to beat the deadline. Good luck!