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Google Announces KitKat India Contest. To Give Away 1000 Nexus 7 Tablets To Winners.
Google has now announced a contest in India under which it has promised to provide Nexus 7 tablets to 1000 winners. The contest is a part of the company's promotions for its upcoming version of the Android OS named as Kit Kat. It aims to celebrate the famous candy bar's relationship with Android (and also make Nestle a lot of money in the process).
So here's the deal, Google will be giving away Nexus 7 tablets every hour until November 15th , 2013. Interested in taking part? Well, run along to a store near you can pick up a bar of Nestle's Kit Kat candy. Each pack contains a special eight digit code which you have to SMS on 9880298802. Users will have to text - SMS KITKAT <8 digit code>. We recommend that you visit the KitKAt Android page before you start.
Look For Special Packaging
You're going to have to run around your neighborhood a little to search for KitKat packages printed with the Android mascot. They're rather easy to recognize and differentiate from regular Kit Kat packages. Don't forget, this contest only works with the specific Kit Kat packages that we've mentioned.
We're rather excited about Anroid KitKat. The new version of the OS will be compatible with older phones as well and there are going to be several changes. However, as far as cosmetic changes are concerned, you shouldn't expect much according to a few leaks that we've seen over the last few weeks.
Stay tuned to Gizbot for more news and updates on Android KitKat.