Giveaway: Win a Nexus 6P case from VRS Design!

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Who’s in the mood for a giveaway? Through the rest of this month, we’re co-hosting a giveaway with our friends at VRS Design. The prizes this time around are cases for the Nexus 6P, which is Google’s flagship that represents everything Android is meant to be. We’re giving three lucky winners their own High Pro Shield case from VRS Design that adds both style and protection to your phone. It’s a case that won’t add bulk to your phone despite the multi-layered design with Air Cushion technology.

Hit the break to enter the giveaway!

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Three winners will be selected on May 30, so check back here on that day to see if you’re getting a new VRS Design case for your Nexus 6P.

Good luck!

  • stockandroidguy

    Awesome Giveaway per usual. You guys run a awesome site. Favorite thing about the 6P is pure stock android.

  • Papote

    My favorite thing about the 6P got to be vanilla Android and getting updates fast. Also the developer community behind it

  • http://vrsdesign.com/ VRS Design

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  • miguelm75

    Android updates

  • Małgosia

    Android updates

  • Fried

    Not being beholden to carriers for updates

  • Ieva

    Good camera :)

  • Kilgore Trout

    What’s my favorite thing about the Nexus 6P? The specs. and the camera…and I wish I owned one. :(

  • dguy25

    OS and security updates

  • meuhlavache

    I think i’m gonna buy one case if I loose this giveaway… My favorite thing about the Nexus is the fact we got stuff first (updates, new fonctions, …) !

  • Ian

    Google Daydream compatible

  • Alex Ba.

    Great camera, pretty fast, long lasting battery and new Android before others

  • michal

    My favorite thing is the Nexus 6P it’s stock android.

  • Dean Francisco

    My favorite thing is the fact the 6P is stock Android with updates coming first.

  • big_al77

    Love the speed and lag free feeling

  • shinz

    great

  • John Hallanger

    First in line for software updates