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Win a Samsung i8910 HD smart phone!

We're giving away one of Samsung's i8910 HD tellingbones to one lucky CNET UK reader. All the details concerning how to win are just a click away

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There's a rumour going around that we're giving away a brand-new Samsung i8910 HD phone. We just thought it'd be fair to clarify: it's absolutely true -- we are indeed giving away one of Samsung's HD tellingbones to one lucky CNET UK reader.

It's a phone that scored extremely favourably in our review (you can check out how well here). As a reminder, this is the phone that records hi-def video at 720p, as well as taking 8-megapixel still photos.

Flora -- our oot-and-aboot Canadian phone correspondent -- commented in her review that the i8910 HD is a "media powerhouse with a stunning screen and huge potential for more, thanks to its powerful Symbian OS".

So you've every reason to want to win one. To find out how, and to enter, head over to our Win Things section where you can answer a painfully simple multiple-choice question to be in with a chance.

The competition closes at midnight on 14 August, and we're afraid you have to be 18 or over to enter. Note that the winning phone is locked to Orange.