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You could buy a Samsung Note 8® tablet, or you could win one here!


Last updated: July 4th, 2013 at 09:19 UTC+02:00

We came across this video on the Samsung Mobile YouTube channel a few weeks ago, and found that Samsung’s new WatchON™, Service really brings some cool functionality to the Note 8.0® tablet and The Galaxy S4®.

Touted as the “Ultimate TV and Movie Experience,” WatchON includes remote control functionality with the built-in IR blaster, multi-screen experience, and a whole lot more. After watching the video, we of SamMobile checked out the service for ourselves, and think you’ll find it pretty cool.




The service is so cool, in fact, we’ve decided to give you, our valued SamMobile members, an opportunity over the next few weeks to win a Note 8.0 Wi-Fi with WatchON pre-installed! To be entered to win this week, just follow the Samsung WatchON twitter handle at @SamsungWatchON and us @SamMobiles. That’s It! Every other Monday, we’ll post a new blog with the details to enter for that week.

What are you waiting for  – check out the Samsung WatchON video, and be entered to win a Note 8.0 wifi version by following their twitter handle @SamsungwatchON and us @SamMobiles!

This is an International giveaway. Sponsored by SamMobile, for SamMobile registered members.

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