Win a Samsung Galaxy SII and a trip for two to South Africa

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As if getting your hands on Samsung’s most powerful smartphone yet, the Galaxy S II, isn’t enough for one prize, we’re also giving one of you the chance to fly off on a luxury trip to South Africa.

Why are we putting these two incredible prizes into one package? It’s all in the detail. The Galaxy S II has the brightest and most colourful screen available across Samsung’s portfolio thanks to its new organic screen technology, Super AMOLED Plus. The result is a device that’s perfect for watching movies, playing games or browsing photographs.

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Which is where the holiday comes in. Samsung has been working with the National Physical Laboratory using satellite technology to detect bands of colour on the Earth to reveal the most colourful country on the planet. Due to its varied terrain and vegetation, colour-rich tribes and cultures, one nation stood out – South Africa.

So the prize winner and a friend will be flying out to Cape Town with £500 spending money, using their Galaxy S II to record and relive the experience in all its glory.

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To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is email online@esquire.co.uk with ‘Samsung Galaxy S II’ in the subject head.

Only one entry will be accepted per person. The closing date for receipt of competition entries is midday on 5th August 2011.

The competition is only open to UK residents over the age of 18.

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The prize winners will be selected at random by The National Magazine Company Limited. No purchase necessary.

Only the winners will be contacted personally. A list of winners will be available by sending a SAE to Esquire magazine, Competition winners, 72 Broadwick Street, London W1F 9EP.

Prizes must be taken as stated and cannot be deferred although The National Magazine Company Limited reserve the right to change the prizes in the event of unforeseen circumstances. There will be no cash alternative.

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