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Realme Invites You to Share Your Phone Screen Breakage Stories and Win a #realmeGT6T

Share Your Phone Screen Breakage Stories and Get a Chance to Win a #realmeGT6T
Share Your Phone Screen Breakage Stories and Get a Chance to Win a #realmeGT6T
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Realme, a popular mobile phone company, has come up with a fun contest. They announced this contest on their official Twitter account. The prize for this contest is their new phone model, the #realmeGT6T.

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The contest is about something that happens to many of us. It’s about breaking the screen of our phone. Realme is asking people to share their stories. They want to know how they broke their phone screen suddenly. The most interesting stories will get a chance to win the #TopPerformer, the #realmeGT6T.

Here’s what Realme posted on Twitter: “Win* a #realmeGT6T. Did your phone screen break easily? Tell us about the times when your phone screen broke suddenly to win the #TopPerformer. Use #realmeGT6T in your comment.”

This contest is a fun way for Realme to connect with people. They want to understand the problems people face with their phones. It also gives people a chance to upgrade their phones. They can get the new #realmeGT6T, which is known for its strong build and high-quality screen.

To take part in the contest, people need to comment on the tweet. They need to share their stories and use the hashtag #realmeGT6T. More information about the contest can be found on the link given in the tweet.

This contest is expected to get a lot of responses. Realme users and people who love smartphones are likely to participate. It will be interesting to see the different stories that come out of this contest. And it will be exciting to see who will be the lucky winner of the #realmeGT6T.

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Keep an eye out for more updates on this exciting contest!

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Jennifer, the Associate Games Editor at INN News, came on board in 2020. After earning her Journalism degree from university, she spent four years as a freelancer. She’s your go-to for coverage on everything from CoD and Apex Legends to Genshin Impact and Monster Hunter. To reach out, drop an email to Jennifer at [email protected].