Win A Chance To Attend Motorola’s September 5 Event UPDATE: Nokia, Too

A lot of big product announcements are coming up over the next several weeks, and if you’ve been keeping up with news of them all, you’ll remember that Motorola has a joint event with Verizon scheduled for next Wednesday, September 5. If you’ve ever wondered what these kind of usually press-only shindigs are like, Motorola is extending a chance for some of its fans to attend the event, as well, with a new contest the company is running through its Facebook page.

Obviously, you’ll need to be in the general area of New York City, where Motorola’s event will take place, in order to enter; Motorola’s restricted entry to residents of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Still, even that limited pool contains a huge number of smartphone users, so we bet that at least a few of you are excited by this opportunity.

We had originally been expecting Motorola to just premiere the Droid RAZR HD next week, but with all the leaks surrounding the RAZR M 4G LTE, it’s sounding like a good possibility that we’ll end up getting to see both handsets launched. If that sounds like something you’d get a kick out of being on-hand for, head over to Motorola’s Facebook page through the source link below for details on how to enter.

Update: Nokia’s got a separate September 5 event, and it wants to give you the chance to attend it as well. This time there’s no contest, but space is limited, so register soon if you’re interested.

Source: Motorola (Facebook)
Via: Android Guys, WMPoweruser

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